Katy Perry sued by a stagehand who lost her toe
Katy Perry is being sued by a woman who claims she lost her big toe while working on the singer’s tour.
Christina Fish claims in a lawsuit she was hired as a stagehand for Katy’s Prismatic World Tour in 2014 but on that night, she sustained an injury on the job which would change her life forever.
During Katy’s Raleigh, NC concert, Christina says she was asked to help move a wall but it got stuck and then rolled across her foot. She says she felt her shoe fill with blood and she was offered ice to put on the wounded toe but no one called for an ambulance. She eventually had to call a friend to pick her up and take her to the ER.
Christina says her right toe became gangrenous, and eventually needed to be amputated. She wasn’t able to use her foot for months. To make matters worse, orthopedic doctors instructed her to keep her “dead toe” on as long as possible before the eventual amputation. This, she said, made her suffer great emotional distress.
Christina says she had a passion for yoga but can no longer pursue that due to her missing toe. She is suing Katy, Live Nation and a bunch of stage production companies for a great sum.