ROD STEWART HAS TO PAY UP

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A federal jury decided has that Rod Stewart should pay Las Vegas’ Rio hotel-casino $2 million plus interest for a canceled show in December 2000. A jury found that Stewart should not have kept an advance he was paid for the New Year’s show that he said he was unable to perform at because of throat surgery. Jury foreman Stevan Jorgensen said, “We felt it was only fair that if Mr. Stewart didn’t perform the concert that he should give the money back.”

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