Lady Gaga sued over Japan Relief wristband

Singer accused of pocketing proceeds from sale of charity bracelets

An American law firm claims that Gaga is making a profit out of the wristbands.

Gaga created the item, which costs £3.13, in order to raise money to help victims of the Japan earthquake.

Detroit based 1-800-LAW-FIRM have filed a lawsuit for over £3 million accusing the "Alejandro" singer of not giving all proceedings to the charity cause.

Gaga's record company Universal and their merchandise company, Bravado, are also cited in the lawsuit.

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