Lavigne Sues Streaming Company

Avril Lavigne is taking a concert streaming company to court, claiming 2VLive still owes her $375,000 almost a year after she performed a concert for them in New York City.

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"MIX 106.5's Mistletoe Meltdown," Towson Center Arena, Towson, Md.

The suit says 2VLive agreed to pay her in three installments to cover the Sept. 25 concert and promotional appearances, TMZ reported. But while Lavigne says she held up her end of the bargain, she alleges 2VLive only gave her an initial payment of $125,000.

Plus, Lavigne’s suits contends she agreed to work with a 2VLive affiliate on video greeting cards, but has yet to see her 15 percent of the profits from the endeavor.

Though 2VLive maintains a Facebook page where the company calls itself “one of the worlds leaders in live concert streaming platforms, offering our audience easy access to some of the biggest named music artists in the world, as well as bringing you the best of ‘the next big thing,'” the company’s website was not in operation at press time.?