May 25, 2017

JLo pulls out of Cyprus tour stop, faces $40 million lawsuit

HollywoodNews.com: Jennifer Lopez canceled a tour date at a Cyprus hotel and now she’s facing a $40 million lawsuit.

Apparently, the singer-actress was under the impression that there was a war going on in the vicinity and decided to pull out.

Lopez was scheduled to open the Cratos Premium hotel in the Turkish-occupied territory on July 24, but it stirred a controversy amongst Greek Cypriots in the south of the divided nation.

A Lopez spokesperson told TMZ: “Jennifer Lopez would never knowingly support any state, country, institution or regime that was associated with any form of human rights abuse.

“After a full review of the relevant circumstances in Cyprus, it was the decision of management to withdraw from the appearance. This was a team decision that reflects our sensitivity to the political realities of the region.”

Digital Spy covered the story.

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