TV stuntman Steve-O is facing legal action from a woman who slipped and fell while taking part in a new karaoke show he hosts.
The Jackass prankster is the presenter of upcoming gameshow Killer Karaoke, in which contestants are reportedly sprayed with water to distract them as they try to belt out their favourite hits for the cameras.
But one performance has resulted in a lawsuit - contestant Susanne Ohman claims she "fractured and damaged her tibia, patella, ligaments, knee, leg, bones, and injured her muscles, bone, circulatory system, and body" when she lost her footing as she walked off the platform after a performance on the show - and now she's suing for compensation.
Ohman alleges she has had to undergo extensive surgery as a result of her injuries, and she is facing further operations in the future.
Steve-O is named as a defendant in the legal papers alongside the show's producers.
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