According to TMZ, EVANESCENCE singer Amy Lee was awarded more than a million dollars in legal fees in connection with a lawsuit brought against her by her former management company.110 Management Inc. sued Amy last year for unpaid commissions and fees. 110 originally sought $1.5 million from the singer, and eventually lowered the demand to $335,000. An arbitrator finally ruled the management company was owed only $4,863.66. Amy asked the court to award her attorney fees from 110 for the lengthy legal battle, and the judge finally decided that she was entitled to $1,036,773.68. But, according to TMZ, that's all going to her legal expenses — $885,000 in attorney fees, $72,000 for expert witnesses and other administrative costs. Lee is currently on the road with EVANESCENCE in support of the band's next album, "Synthesis", which is due on November 10. The disc features two new EVANESCENCE songs in addition to fan favorites re-recorded with a live orchestra and electronica.
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