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Lady Gaga Accused of Stealing from Her Own Japan Charity

If true, her fans should go nuclear on her for it:

Shocking news: Lady Gaga is being sued for millions of dollars over allegations that she ripped off a charity in a bid to pocket extra cash for herself.  

Sifting through all the boring legal hoohaa, we have found that a private law firm has filed a lawsuit against Gaga which claims that she fleeced her fans, keeping the profits from the sale of her We Pray For Japan wristbands, when the money should have gone directly to the victims of the disaster.

We know the recession is tough, but quite why exactly a multi-millionaire like Gaga would feel the need to nick money off earthquake victims is unsure, and coincidentally why we pretty much don’t believe it.

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