In late 1931, Susan Hall went to a movie and live show at the Rialto Theatre in downtown Louisville (the theatre was on Fourth Street, just across from what is now the Louisville Palace; it was demolished in 1969). Anyway, the show featured a crooner named Don Galvin, and during his act he came down into the audience, sat next to Susan Hall, and sang to her.
As a result, Susan Hall went into what we used to call a conniption, getting hot and bothered by the attention.
And so, a few weeks later, she sued the management of the Rialto. Here's how the suit was described in Variety:
The article appeared in December 1931. We don't know what became of the suit, or of Mrs. Hall, or Don Galvin.