Wednesday morning (December 13), less than a day after news that a fan of his had been sued by his attorneys, Luke Combs responded in the best possible way.
Luke Combs has a dedicated fan base for a reason. Not only is he superbly talented, but he is incredibly generous and treats his fans well.
After waking up to the news that a Florida woman had been sued by his legal team for selling counterfeit products with his likeness, Combs to work tracking the woman down and even gave her a call.
Nicol Harness, who operates an Amazon storefront that sells tumblers and t-shirts, had been ordered to pay Combs for selling tumblers with his image on them. Despite only selling $380 worth of the merch, Harness had been ordered by an Illinois judge to pay the country singer $250,000 in damages.
This didn’t sit well with Combs who not only dropped the lawsuit, but is sending Harness a check for $11,000 to cover the amount held up in her Amazon sellers account, plus some. In addition, Combs said that he was creating his own tumbler and committing all of the profit to Nicol to help pay her medical bills and meet other needs.
“This is not something I would ever do. This is not the kind of person I am. I am not greedy in any way, shape or form,” Combs said in the video. “Money is the last thing on my mind, I promise you guys that.”
He added that he personally invited Nicol and her family to an upcoming show so he can “give her a hug and say ‘sorry’ in person.”
“I love you guys. I just wanted to clear that up because it makes me sick to have you thinking I’m that kind of person because I’m the farthest thing from it,” Luke concluded.
Read the original story about the lawsuit HERE.
See Luke Combs’ video response to the lawsuit below.