The lawsuit that was filed against Madonna regarding the late start time of the shows on her Celebration World Tour has been dismissed without settlement. According to court documents, the lawsuit was filed by plaintiffs Michael Fellows and Jason Alvarez against the singer. On Wednesday, June 19, they sent a notice of a “voluntary dismissal with prejudice.” Due to the plaintiffs recent dismissal with prejudice, Fellows and Alvarez cannot re-file their claims at a future time. Madonna and Live Nation’s attorney, Jeff Warshafsky, wrote a letter on June 19, publicly stating that the dismissal “was not the result of any settlement” between the two parties. The letter also notes that Madonna and Live Nation “do not agree with plaintiffs’ position that each party should bear its own fees and costs. Defendants believe that this action was a frivolous strike suit designed to force them to incur legal expenses.” (People)