Mariah Carey is suing the concert promotors for her cancelled gigs in Argentina and Chile in 2016 and accused them of not paying them in full.
According to the complaint, FEG Entertainment agreed in June 2016 to a guaranteed fee for the singer's performance and was required to pay that fee in a series of scheduled payments.
"In the music industry everyone knows the familiar story of the deceitful promoter that promises to pay and fails to deliver," a statement from her lawyer read.
Sued: Mariah's management team are suing FED Entertainment | E!
However, there was still a large unpaid balance in the run up to the show, and Mariah's management decided to cancel the concerts.
The complaint obtained by Billboard continued, "This lawsuit is filed in part not only to confirm the multiple breaches of the contracts by FEG... but to warn the artistic community not to trust any promises from FEG."
The news comes after the mother-of-two's disaster performance on New Years Eve when she walked off stage.
- Mariah Carey