Sara Vahabi, one of the fans of celebrity couple, Jay Z and Beyoncé, who attended their 2018 On The Run II Tour concert, has taken a bold step of getting justice by suing the venue where the event took place.
The 2018’s edition of the show, which took place on September 23 at Rose Bowl stadium in Pasadena, California, had Vahabi and thousands of other fans who came to enjoy Bey and Jay‘s performance in attendance.
According to Vahabi, herself and a lot of other fans were attempting to make their ways through the enormous parking space, when she fell to the ground.
Vahabi said that the Rose Bowl required her to check her back at a special tent before she was able to enter the stadium. And as she was walking, she tripped over a car stop, usually a slender rubber or cement block, which made her lose control and land on the ground.
Explaining further, Vahabi said the encounter did not only sound embarrassing but also sustain severe injuries on her hand and elbow, which made her to later undergo surgery.
Vahabi, therefore, claimed that her stumble was caused by “poor, inadequate and insufficient lighting” and that the Rose Bowl failed to have properly lit the area of the parking lot or to clearly and properly mark the car stop components causing a dangerous hazardous condition that caused her fall.
She said her medical bills are stacking up and she doesn’t believe that she’s at fault, so she’s suing the City of Pasadena and the Rose Bowl Operating Company for liability, negligence, and unspecified damages. The Carters have not been named in her suit.