Neither John Rich nor the remaining members of Lonestar have ever explained why Rich was fired after the band's 'Crazy Nights' album was released. It can be assumed, however, that each party's success in the years to come justified the move.
The music business is a high-stakes, high-risk venture, and it's not unusual for artists to wind up in court to defend their interests, as we'll see in this gallery of the nastiest country music lawsuits.
A judge has ordered Mark Sevier to wear a GPS ankle monitor until he can be mentally evaluated. In addition, he is also prohibited from mentioning singer John Rich, as well as a 17-year-old he is also accused of stalking, on social media.
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