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Not letting her travel-intensive schedule impede her quest for fitness, Lady Gaga stepped out for a yoga class in downtown Taipei on Saturday night (July 2).
Wearing a black and gold themed outfit coordinated with her yoga mat, the "Edge of Glory" singer took to Pure Yoga for the one hour session before exiting to find a crowd of nearly 500 fans gathered around the gym's door.
In hopes of doing a good deed, Lady Gaga began selling $5.00 wristbands for Japan relief on her website, but a lawyer located in the mid-west recently filed a lawsuit against the singer's efforts.
Alyson Oliver, an attorney based in Michigan, reportedly believes that not all the money for the wristbands is going to a relief fund for the devastated country after looking into the costs as well as the shipping charges.
Proving the old adage that "no good deed goes unpunished," Lady Gaga has just been slapped with a $5 million lawsuit which claims she kept some of the proceeds from the "We Pray For Japan" bracelets she created to aid earthquake disaster relief.
In the suit, the Michigan-based law firm, 1-800-LAW FIRM, alleges that the Mother Monster scammed her fans by pocketing some of the cash earned by the sale of the bracelets after claiming that all proceeds would be given to the charity.