Two law firms based out of Pittsburgh and Memphis on Tuesday filed a class-action lawsuit against Interactive Media Marketing and Smiley Miley Inc., the handlers of the Miley Cyrus Fan Club, claiming they failed to fulfill a promise to give members first crack at concert tickets that have since become impossible to come by.

"They deceptively lured thousands of individuals into purchasing [$29.95 annual] memberships... based on the understanding that... they would be able to purchase Hannah Montana concert tickets before they were offered for sale to the general public," says a lawyer for the New Jersey woman who led the charge. The suit alleges the fan club should have known that its membership exceeded the number of available tickets.

According to the AP, neither defendant has yet to respond to the legal action.