The performer incurred extreme neck, collarbone and shoulder accidents which have prevented him from performing since, in keeping with the criticism.
Meat Loaf has filed a lawsuit in opposition to a resort at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and organizers of a horror conference held there, blaming them for negligence when he fell from a stage whereas answering questions from conference goers final May.
The singer and actor, whose actual title is Michael Lee Aday, and spouse Deborah Lee Gillespie Aday filed the go well with Monday in a state district court docket in Fort Worth, Texas, in opposition to the Hyatt Corp. and Texas Frightmare Weekend LLC. The lawsuit alleges the defendants hung curtains on the again fringe of the stage on the Hyatt Regency DFW resort that hid the place the stage ended, making a “hidden hazard.”
The performer incurred extreme neck, collarbone and shoulder accidents which have prevented him from performing since, in keeping with the criticism. The 72-year-old Dallas native spent 42 days hospitalized after the autumn and required him to bear bodily remedy.
Representative of the resort and conference didn’t reply instantly to inquiries by The Associated Press.
Meat Loaf is finest recognized for his function within the movie “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” and his 1977 document album “Bat Out of Hell,” which included the hit title track, in addition to “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad” and “Paradise by the Dashboard Light.”