Christina Aguilera’s Bankruptcy Curse?

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review has new details on why all-night dance party planned for tonight at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, featuring , was cancelled. An attorney for promoter Antonio DiMarco said that potentially thousands of ticket holders who paid between $75 and $150 could be among the claimants affected when Larra Corp., doing business as Customized Connections, provides a full accounting of assets and debts within 15 days to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Pittsburgh. Aguilera fans already had to deal with money losses on concert tickets when her official fan club’s operator filed for bankruptcy last year, and swindled many fans out of expensive ticket packages. Aguilera’s publicist Meghan Prophet said the singer has rested her voice and plans to begin recording in the next month or two.

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