Morgan Wallen is being sued by a fan after canceling his Mississippi concert at the last minute

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  • Morgan Wallen is being sued for canceling his Mississippi concert minutes before he was slated to perform.

  • According to court documents, the lawsuit accuses Wallen of breach of contract and negligence.

  • Wallen previously apologized to jilted fans on Instagram, citing "doctor-ordered vocal rest."

Morgan Wallen may be facing legal ramifications for canceling his concert on Sunday, mere minutes before he was scheduled to perform.

The controversial country star was slated to take the stage at the Vaught Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Mississippi, but fans were forced to leave the venue after a message on the big screen said he had lost his voice.

Many fans have expressed disappointment online — and one has even resorted to suing the "Last Night" singer.

According to court documents obtained by Page Six and TMZ, the federal lawsuit filed by Brandi Burcham accuses Wallen of breach of contract and negligence.

The University of Mississippi, which hosted the sold-out concert, promised full ticket refunds. However, Burcham's complaint said she has yet to be reimbursed.

Burcham also cited "out-of-pocket expenses they incurred in connection with the concert cancellation" that won't be covered by the reimbursement.

Indeed, other concertgoers have bemoaned supplemental money spent to attend the show, including thousands of dollars in travel and food costs.

Wallen apologized to jilted fans in a statement shared on Instagram, blaming "doctor-ordered vocal rest" for the abrupt cancelation.

He also rescheduled his remaining shows this week in Grand Rapids, Michigan; Moline, Illinois; and Lincoln, Nebraska.

"I appreciate and understand everything you do to get to my shows, so it would be unfair of me to put on a show that I know will not be 100%," Wallen wrote. "I'm doing everything I can to speed up the process of getting to that 100% mark."

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