Backstreet Boys and New Kids on the Block are both being sued by a stagehand who has said that he suffered a brain injury after falling into a hole, whilst working at one of their gigs.
The worker, William Wesley Styron from Tennessee, has reportedly suffered a brain injury after falling into a large unmarked hole at the FedEx Forum in Memphis back in June 2011.
William has allegedly said that he was preparing for the big gig, when he stepped into the hole in the stage and fell 13 feet, according to TMZ - leaving him with a brain injury and he's also fractured his skull in the fall, which he blames on negligence.
The stagehand is apparently asking for $5 million (£3.2 million) to cover medical bills and other costs. Ouch!
A spokesperson for the bands has denied responsibility for the incident. If any further information is released, you'll be the first to know!
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