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7 March 2013, 12:18 | Updated: 7 March 2013, 14:58
The 'You & I' singer's insurers are facing legal action over her cancelled Jakarta show in 2012.
Lady Gaga's promoters are reportedly suing their insurers over a cancelled concert in Indonesia on her 'Born This Way Ball' tour last year.
The 'Marry The Night' singer pulled out of a gig in Jakarta on 3rd June 2012 at the last minute after threats from Islamic protesters over the show's content, however promotes Live Nation, Mermaid Touring and The Atom Factory are now seeking to reclaim their losses.
The companies have filed a lawsuit with the Californian federal court against the 'Judas' star's insurers Beazley Syndicate at Lloyd's Of London, seeking to get back an estimated £50,000 worth of capital lost.
In court documents reported across the media, the claimants insist Gaga's insurers "failed to make good on policy covering losses cancelled due to the "sole and direct result of terrorism and/or sabotage or threat".
Earlier this week it was rumoured that Gaga will be making a return appearance on Beyonce's new album, after a track listing was leaked online.
Check out a picture of Lady Gag earlier this year below (Credit: Splash):
Lady Gaga is now recovering from surgery to repair a tear on her hip, after being forced to cancel the remainder of her world tour.