Franklin Graham has launched legal proceedings against more venues following the cancellation of his UK tour events.
A spokesperson for the American evangelist said that claims have now been filed against the FlyDSA Arena in Sheffield and ICC Wales.
Legal proceedings were already underway against the Scottish Event Campus, owners of the Glasgow Hydro, after it cancelled his evangelistic event, which had been due to take place on May 30 – the first night of his UK tour.
A court in Scotland last week asked the SEC to explain within seven days why it had cancelled the booking. But a report in the Scottish Herald on Friday said that the SEC intends to “resist” the request.
Christian Today contacted the SEC for further comment but was referred back to its original statement following the cancellation of Graham’s event.
That statement reads: “The booking for this event was processed in the same way we would for any religious concert of this nature and as a business we remain impartial to the individual beliefs of both our clients and visitors.