Hip-hop band Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are facing a lawsuit from a fan who alleges she was struck in the face by one of their microphones during a gig.
The unnamed woman claims she was in the crowd near the front of the stage at the group's 2010 gig in Missouri when rapper Layzie Bone started swinging his mic in the air.
In legal papers obtained by Tmz.com, she alleges the star "lost control of the microphone, launching it into the crowd" and it struck her on the head.
The woman alleges she suffered bruises and severe lacerations to her head which reportedly left soreness and permanent scars. She is demanding more than $25,000 (£15,625) in damages from the band.
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