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Lady Gaga is being sued for reportedly $5 million dollars via federal class action lawsuit, with claims that her charity for Japan Relief was really a 'uniself' foundation. The lawsuit states that the "Poker Face" celeb's "We Pray For Japan" bracelets were really a scam, and that Gaga and her team have been pocketing money instead of donating in full to victims of the natural disaster.
The suit was filed Friday against Gags, who has been touring Japan all weekend and raising awareness about the tsunami and earthquakes that occurred March 11th. This disaster left Japan desperate for help, having suffered nearly $200 billion in damages in addition to health threats posed by the nuclear spill. These plastic Bracelets were being sold for $5 with a $3.99 shipping charge and a $0.60 tax which was allegedly boosted to provide additional funds for Gaga's team; instead of benefiting the disaster fund. The deceptive marketing may have been another way to boost the singer's career and not help a country in need. NBC Chicago reported,