There's no dancing around this one.
Dita Von Teese is suing a brokerage company after one of her shows in New York City was cancelled last October due to Hurricane Sandy, E! News can confirm.
The burlesque dancer has filed a complaint against Momentous Insurance Brokerage after claiming that she was unable to recoup the preparation costs for the performance.
According to court documents, Dita claims that she spent $96,920 leading up to the show for props, accommodations, costumes, production materials and crew for the Strip, Strip Hooray performance.