Rihanna Lawsuit Against Ex-Accountants Dropped


Adelle Platon / April 18, 2014

After claiming that she nearly went “broke” in 2009 thanks to shady accountants, Rihanna has dropped the lawsuit.

Page Six reports that her ex-accountants reached a settlement with the bad gal after blaming her money woes on her “exorbitant” spending and lack of ticket sales for her Last Girl On Earth tour.

This past February, Rihrih claimed that Peter Gounis, co-worker Michael Mitnick and the firm Berdon LLP, gave her bad financial advice, like giving her the go-ahead to cop a $6.9 million mansion, even though she reportedly lost $9 million.

“The tour did not make as much money as projected,” lawyers for Gounis said, according to court docs. “The tour was what she wanted, just as the exorbitant amount of expensive clothing and other purchases she squandered her money on were…At the end of her two-year spending spree she had rooms of shoes, clothing and jewelry and fond, if not hazy, memories of extravagant parties, but little cash.”

Settlement terms were not disclosed.