Latin singing sensation Gloria Trevi is being sued by a fan after her bodyguards allegedly attacked him during a concert in Los Angeles.
According to Elvis Navarro he was humiliated in front of 4,000 people and now he wanted $1 million for that humiliation and for injuries sustained during the attack.
Navarro filed the lawsuit in L.A. County Superior Court, in court documents he claimed that during the May 11th concert at Nokia Theater he was assaulted, battered, pushed to the ground and handcuffed by Gloria’s security team.
Mr. Navarro does not explain what provoked the guards to attack him and ultimately hold him against his will but he says that the attack occurring in from of so many people caused him “mental and physical injuries.”
$1 million is a lot of money for an assault case but given the celebrity of Gloria Trevi Elvis Navarro could have a case if witnesses testify that the severity of the attack was uncalled for.
In the meantime Gloria Trevi’s representatives are not commenting on the case and further details have not been released. With 4,000 people in attendance we would think at least one person with a camera phone managed to capture the assault on video.