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Evanescence singer Amy Lee has reportedly won $1 million in a lawsuit from her former management company, 110 Management Inc. TMZ reports that the singer won $1,036,773.68 in the settlement—but the catch? It’s all going to pay back the legal expenses.

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According to the Loudwire, the management company originally sued Lee for $1.5 million, saying she owed them “unpaid commission and fees.” However, 110 Management lowered their demand to $335,000, and an arbitrator clarified that Lee actually only owed them $4,863.66.

However, Lee fought to get 110 Management to pay her legal fees for drawn out court battle, and the judge agreed, as TMZ explains. The total numbers Lee spent, as the source shared, were $885 thousand in attorney fees, $72 thousand in an expert witness and other assorted administrative costs.

Evanescence are set to release their fourth studio album, Synthesis, which features reimagined recordings of classic songs from the band, November 10. Check out their forthcoming list of tour dates below.

Dates:
11/2 – Upper Darby, PA @ Tower Theater
11/3 – Mashantucket, CT @ Foxwoods Resort Casino – Grand Theater
11/5 – Boston, MA  @ Orpheum Theatre – Boston
11/7 – Bethlehem, PA @ Sands Bethlehem Event Center
11/8 – Baltimore, MD @ Hippodrome Theatre
11/10 – Brooklyn, NY @ Kings Theatre
11/30 – Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre
12/2 – Carmel, IN @ The Palladium
12/5 – Minneapolis, MN @ State Theatre
12/6 – Madison, WI @ Orpheum Theatre
12/8 – Toronto, ON Canada @ Sony Centre for Performing Arts
12/9 – Windsor, ON Canada @ Caesar's Windsor
12/11 – Kansas City, MO @ Kansas City Music Hall
12/13 – Denver, CO @ Paramount Theatre
12/15 – Reno, NV @ Grand Theatre at The Grand Sierra Resort
12/16 – San Francisco, CA @ Masonic Auditorium
12/19 – Portland, OR @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall