Miguel’s Leg Drop Victim May Have Brain Damage

Smh… it can’t get any worse than this. Miguel’s leg drop victim may have brain damage from Miguel CRASHING her head at full force to the rock hard marble stage.

Miguel May Face Legal Action For “LEG DROP!”

As we reported, Miguel landed on a girl’s head after a poor decision to jump across fans during the 2013 Billboard Awards. Miguel tried to jump from one stage to the other but came up short on his landing.

Miguel lands on girl's head

Miguel was ORDERED not to attempt a dangerous jump over the crowd during his performance at the Billboard Music Awards because producers believed it was too dangerous … but the singer ignored them … sources connected to the production tell TMZ.

We’re told … Miguel approached producers before rehearsals and asked if he could try to jump over the crowd during his performance … but producers shot down the idea, telling Miguel it was just too dangerous.

But when showtime came around, Miguel blew off the order … and producers’ fears were realized when he botched the jump and leg dropped a female fan … slamming her head against the stage.

Now, the victim’s lawyer says she may have suffered a brain injury as a result … and a lawsuit could be on the way.

Miguel May Face Legal Action For “LEG DROP!”

The fan who got her head crushed by Miguel might be suing.


As we reported,
Miguel landed on a girl’s head after a poor decision to jump across fans during the 2013 Billboard Awards. Miguel tried to jump from one stage to the other but came up short on his landing.

Miguel lands on girl's head

Khyati Shah—the audience member who was accidentally landed on by the singer during his performance at the Billboard Music Awards a few weeks back—is now “considering” legal action.

Shah’s attorney, Vip Bhola, tells E! News exclusively that a decision will be made soon on whether to file a lawsuit against Miguel pending Khyati’s most recent medical results. He noted that the fan has been experiencing “difficulties” as a result of the incident.

“We will determine that after we have feedback from medical providers,” Bhola told E! News, declining to give a timeline on when any civil action might be filed.

The attorney also added that he has not spoken to the performer’s legal representatives, but did leave open the possibility of a settlement.