After a wobbly start to 2017, Mariah Carey got her year off on the right note.

But there’s a legal battle ahead for the pop star, who’s been countersued by a concert promoter over a pair of cancelled performances back in 2016.

South American promoter FEG Entretenimientos filed the latest complaint which relates to Carey’s scheduled shows in Argentina and Chile, which were scrapped just days out from showtime. Carey was booked to play Oct. 28, 2016 in Argentina and two days later in Chile, but by Oct. 25, the singer and her reps claimed a large sum remained unpaid and both shows were yanked.

Carey and her company Mirage Entertainment last year hit Buenos Aires, Argentina-based FEG (also known as Fenix) for breach of contract, claiming their late payments gave her right to cancel and be paid in full. The diva also claims she missed out on other big money-spinning projects because of her commitment to the later-scrapped dates.

However, FEG returned fire last week with a multi-million dollar lawsuit for breach of contract and defamation. According to a complaint filed last Wednesday in California federal court, the promoter claims she didn’t have the right to “unilaterally cancel” and is asking the judge to award $1 million in damages and an additional $2 million in damages for defamation, according to The Hollywood Reporter.