Madonna has been sent a summons to appear in a Russian court for breaking St Petersburg's
homophobic censorship law, during her concert in the city.
Russia Today reported that nine anti-gay plaintiffs intend to make Madonna pay for their supposed moral suffering following her performance in August.
The pro-Kremlin group Trade Union of Russian Citizens wants the star in court to answer claims of blasphemy and for damaging the anti-gay cultural foundations of St Petersburg.
They are seeking 333 million rubles ($10 million) from Madonna and from the company that organised her show.
The pop star gave out pink wrists bands during the performance to show solidarity with Russia's LGBT community. The complaint also includes a video taken of the concert that allegedly depicts Madonna allegedly stomping on an Orthodox cross.