A Manhattan judge is tired of Beyonce thinking she is above the law. The judge is allowing a video game company to proceed with a $100 million dollar lawsuit against the struggling singer, according to Page Six.

In court documents, the Gat Five company contends they were forced to lay off 70 employees when Beyonce walked away from a $20 million video game deal in 2010.

According to Page Six, Gate Five said it was scheduled to sign a deal with its financier on Dec. 6, 2010 — and they claim Beyoncé knew that the financing was set when she sashayed away from the agreement without warning on Dec. 3.

Beyonce’s lawyers countered that they were within their rights to walk away from the deal for a game called “Starpower: Beyoncé” because Gate Five didn’t have its financing in place.

But Judge Charles Ramos isn’t buying Beyonce’s argument. “You continue to negotiate right up until the time you pull the plug. That is not going to work with me,” Ramos told Beyoncé’s lawyers.

Finally, a judge who cannot be bought of with Beyonce and Jay Z’s money!

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