Jonas Brothers Concertgoer Sues, Claims She Was Crushed by Crowd - NBC Chicago

Jonas Brothers Concertgoer Sues, Claims She Was Crushed by Crowd

Woman claims she was shoved up against a fence during a show at L.A.'s Grove shopping mall (which she is also suing) in 2010.



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    One Jonas Brothers concertgoer apparently found herself pushin' lots of people away.

    The fraternal trio's corporate entity, Jonas Brothers Enterprises, has been targeted in lawsuit filed Monday by a woman who says she ended up traumatized after being caught up in a crush of fans at a free JoBros concert at the Grove shopping mall in L.A. close to three years ago.

    Ashleigh Johnson sued the band and the owner of the venue for negligence, claiming that both parties knew a large number of people--including many minors--would show up, and that proper security measures were not in place at the packed outdoor shopping mall.

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    Johnson claims she suffered "severe injury to her body and shock to her nervous system" after being pinned against a fence, as well as "great mental...and nervous pain."

    She is asking for unspecified damage from the JoBros and Caruso Management Co.

    Reps for the defendants have not yet responded to the suit.

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