Celebrity News: The woman has reported that no one called an ambulance to transfer her to the emergency room
Singer Katy Perry has been sued by a woman who worked on one of her shows during her 2014 Prismatic World Tour. The woman has reported Perry after losing the toe of a foot while she was in charge of moving one of the walls of her stage.
Apparently the event occurred in North Carolina after falling on her foot one of the mobile structures. Christina Fish, the complainant, has criticized that after the accident her foot was covered in blood but they only offered her an ice pack and no one called an ambulance.
Fish had to call a friend to ask her to pick her up and transfer her to the ER. Once in the hospital they had to amputate the big toe because it had gangrened after the incident.
After the operation, the woman has not been able to walk for months and the doctor advised her to leave the “dead finger” as long as possible since her removal can cause her to experience high levels of emotional stress.
According to the US portal TMZ, Fish has sued Perry and the company Live Nation precisely because of the emotional stress suffered after the surgical operation. Fish also noted that this accident had “changed her life radically” since she was a yoga lover and now is unable to practice it.