LOS ANGELES, Oct. 31 (UPI) -- Nickelodeon star Miranda Cosgrove has reportedly filed legal documents alleging the tour bus crash she was involved in 2011 was a huge setback for her career and cost her millions of dollars.
The 21-year-old actress had to cancel at least 25 show from her Dancing Crazy Tour after the bus that was taking her to the next stop on the tour in Kansas got into an accident with a semi-truck.
Three years later, the iCarly star claims the crash cost her millions of dollars as she missed out on at least $400,000 from the 25 canceled performances and lost another $560,000 on future shows. Additionally, Cosgrove claims Sony Music dropped her after the accident and that she lost out on a $400,000 Neutrogena contract over the multiple injures she sustained.
The star says her losses amount to $2.5 million in total.
Cosgrove has been involved a few cinematographic projects since the incident, including voicing Margo in the 2013 film Despicable Me 2 and is set to appear in the upcoming movie The Intruders and on the TV film Girlfriend In a Coma.