Theo Wargo/Getty Images for VH1Earlier this month, R&B vocalist Faith Evans was sued by promoter Jeremy Hill for allegedly backing out of an agreement to perform at his Wolf Creek Amphitheater concert in Atlanta.
Hill stated that Evans agreed to perform during his concert on September 10, but Evans was also scheduled to join Diddy and the rest of her Bad Boy Family on stage September 8 in Atlanta. The touring conflict caused Hill to sue Faith for $100,000 due to the contract breach.
However, today, a judge has sided with Evans, having granted her permission to go forth with her Bad Boy Reunion Tour commitment, reports TMZ. The judge stated that Faith’s absence from the upcoming Bad Boy Tour wouldn’t be fair to her, as a working mom.
According to documents obtained by TMZ, the judge also noted that Faith did breach her contract and that the replacement act for Hill’s show, R&B group Next, had not attracted further ticket sales.
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