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An Oklahoma hospital that failed to build a women's health center in honor of Garth Brooks' late mother must pay the country singer $1 million, a jury has ruled.
Garth Brooks' lawyer told jurors Tuesday that the country singer kept his promise by donating $500,000 to his hometown hospital, but that the Oklahoma hospital broke its pledge to honor Brooks' late mother by building a women's health center.
An Oklahoma hospital in Garth Brooks' hometown must pay $1 million to the country singer because it failed to build a women's health center in honor of his late mother, jurors ruled Tuesday evening.
An Oklahoma hospital in Garth Brooks' hometown must return a $500,000 donation to the country singer because it failed to build a women's health center in honor of his late mother, jurors ruled Tuesday evening.
Garth Brooks says an Oklahoma hospital pledged to name a women's center for his late mother in return for $500,000, but a deposition unveiled Monday showed that, after filing a lawsuit, the country singer couldn't remember what he had been promised.
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The lawyer for an Oklahoma hospital that accepted a half-million-dollar gift from Garth Brooks in 2005 says the country singer knew when he made the donation that it came with no strings attached.
Lawyers for country singer Garth Brooks told jurors Wednesday that a hospital's internal documents back his claim that a $500,000 donation was intended for a women's center to be named after his late mother.
Lawyers for country singer Garth Brooks say a hospital's internal documents back his claim that a $500,000 donation was intended for a women's center to be named after his late mother.
Lawyers for Garth Brooks and an Oklahoma hospital clashed Wednesday over whether the facility promised to name a women's center in honor of the country star's late mother after he made a $500,000 donation.
Garth Brooks appeared before a friendly crowd Tuesday _ the jurors who will hear his claim that an Oklahoma hospital refused to name a building for his late mother after he gave it $500,000.
But in a deposition years later, he couldn't remember what he had been promised, Thomas said.
"At most, it was a misunderstanding between these two," Thomas told jurors during his closing argument. "Am I calling Mr. Brooks a liar? Absolutely not. It's perfectly understandable that he does not remember these events."