Pop singer Rihanna has filed a lawsuit against her former accounting firm, Berdon LLP, claiming the firm drained tens of millions of dollars in revenues from her tours.

The singer filed suit Thursday under her real name, Robyn Fenty, according to the Associated Press, alleging that the firm took 22 percent of the total revenue from four tours over five years while only paying her 6 percent. She claimed the firm paid itself a percentage of the gross tour income, while failing to put in place financial controls to encourage her to rein in her own expenses. A Berdon spokesperson said the firm does not comment on pending litigation.

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