The 70 year old plaintiff was injured at a concert at a major outdoor New Jersey venue. She claimed the crowd was not properly controlled and that she had been pushed to the ground sustaining a broken hip. However, during cross-examination we showed her a picture of the location she said she fell and confronted her with the fact that there was a railing she could have held onto. She admitted she didn’t hold on because she didn’t think she needed to. he jury returned a no-cause. The plaintiff got nothing.