Rod Stewart Sued for $3.3 Million

Top L.A. law firm sues "Maggie May" singer

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Tonight’s the night -- for Rod Stewart to pay his bills.

A high profile Los Angeles law firm claims the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame singer owes $3.3 million in fees for work on three cases, The Associated Press reports.

Glaser, Weil, Fink, Jacobs, Howard & Shapiro say one of the cases involved a December 2000 show cancellation in Las Vegas. The firm also sued Stewart to recover money for work on a trademark infringement case and to fend off a lawsuit by a concert promoter, according to the AP.

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Stewart, 64, last made news for saying he was getting ready to welcome his eighth child with third wife Penny Lancaster.

Stewart's manager did not comment on the pending lawsuit.
 

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