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Motor City Madman Being Sued

The Motor City Madman is facing a lawsuit for disappointing a couple's rock and roll dreams. Ron and Krishelle Bennett of Elkhorn, Neb., are taking Ted Nugent to court for reneging on a deal made on Internet auction Web site eBay, according to Foxnews. The Bennets, in a lawsuit for fraud and breach of contract filed Monday, say they paid $1,535 in an auction in return for front-row seats at an Aug. 25 Nugent show in Bonner Springs, Kan., plus unrestricted backstage passes and dinner with the rock star. Instead they say they were given seats in row 30, only limited access backstage, and a brief conversation with Nugent before the show. "This guy was my hero," Ron Bennett told the news service. "I was thrilled to see him, and he basically destroyed my entire belief in rock and roll. He thinks he's the big dog on the block, and I just went away. I want my money back." The couple also is suing Nugent associate Ward Parker, who reportedly arranged the deal, Foxnews reported. Since his musical heyday of the '70s, the "Cat Scratch Fever" singer has become an advocate for hunters and the National Rifle Association, and last year he penned God, Guns, and Rock 'n' Roll � a memoir and statement of his beliefs. Nugent continues to perform frequently, especially throughout his Midwestern stomping grounds.
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