An angry fan has filed a lawsuit against Morgan Wallen after the country star claimed he lost his voice and canceled his Ole Miss concert in Oxford, Miss., Sunday night (April 23), just minutes before showtime.

Brandi Burcham filed a federal lawsuit on Monday (April 24), citing breach of contract and negligence.

According to the suit, Burcham is suing Wallen for skipping the show at Vaught Hemingway Stadium after the audience had already bought merchandise, food and even sat through the opening acts.

In the lawsuit, Burcham alleges fans who were in attendance at the sold-out event have allegedly not yet been refunded as promised.

The suit also covers the loss of fans' "out-of-pocket expenses" that ticket refunds don't cover, such as the cost of gas, hotel rooms, food and more. In a since-deleted tweet, one man claimed on Twitter that he spent "over $10,000" on the concert as a Christmas gift for his daughter.

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Speaking to WTVA, Burcham said she filed the lawsuit on behalf of fans "who incurred expenses in connection with Wallen’s failure to perform."

Per TMZ, Burcham hopes to make the lawsuit a class action to include other slighted fans of the controversial country star.

As of publishing, neither Wallen nor his representatives have commented on the lawsuit.

Wallen canceled his show minutes before he was meant to go on stage via an Instagram note, which was shown onscreen at the venue.

"After last night's show, I started losing my voice, so I spent the day resting up, talking to my doctor, and working through my vocal exercises trying to get better. My voice is shot, and I am unable to sing," Wallen claimed in the announcement.

"All tickets will be refunded at point of purchase. I am so sorry, I promise you guys I tried everything I could," he added.

However, many disgruntled fans aren't buying the apology.

"He claims he lost his voice but couldn't come on stage to explain, lol...meanwhile there are people that say he was so drunk he had to be taken by ambulance to have his stomach pumped," one fan tweeted.

"If you’re a fan of Morgan Wallen after everything he’s done, you kind of deserve this. I’ve no sympathy for that stadium," another person wrote on Twitter, referencing Wallen's many controversies.

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