Hello, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. :) Unfortunately, your edit to Jonathan Lee Riches was not properly formatted and has been removed by another editor. While the other editor might have chosen to repair the formatting, I believe that he chose instead to eliminate the information because it did not refer to the kind of reliable secondary sources we are supposed to use in biographies. The policy on biographies of living persons specifies that all such articles "should document, in a non-partisan manner, what reliable third party sources have published about the subject and, in some circumstances, what the subject may have published about themselves." While Carrie Underwood is certainly a famous person, Riches' lawsuit against her does not seem to have received extensive coverage in the type of secondary sources referenced in the policy. (At least, not as far as Google can uncover. :) Lots of hits, but primarily blog style or at best passing reference in another article.) If you find an article in reputable media about Riches' lawsuit against Underwood, please feel free to re-add that reference. Be careful not to insert it in the middle of a <ref>...</ref> tag, which is what happened before. :) In that case, it'll only show up in the footnotes.
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