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Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington’s ex-wife to get 50% of royalties
Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington’s ex-wife to get 50% of royalties
Late musician Chester Bennington's ex-wife is to receive 50% of his Linkin Park royalties. Samantha Olit filed a claim in 2017. Olit was married to Bennington from 1995 until 2006 The claim was to Bennington's Estate demanding child support, as well as non-touring merchandising income and other royalty rights to his music...
Yellowcard lawsuit against Juice WRLD on pause after rapper’s death
Yellowcard lawsuit against Juice WRLD on pause after rapper’s death
Yellowcard’s lawsuit against late emo rapper Juice WRLD for alleged copyright infringement has been put on hold.  The band was seeking $15 million in damages in the suit. They claim the rapper’s 2018 hit “Lucid Dreams” was a knock off of their 2006 track “Holly Wood Died”.  Read more: Chester Bennington re-reco... Read More ...
‘Fortnite’ files complaint as Dancing Pumpkin Man threatens emote lawsuit
‘Fortnite’ files complaint as Dancing Pumpkin Man threatens emote lawsuit
Fortnite seems to constantly be in trouble regarding one thing or another—mainly dancing. Now, even though Halloween is over, things are staying pretty spooky for some. Particularly the 2006 viral sensation Dancing Pumpkin Man. Dancing Pumpkin Man, or Matt Geiler stated his unhappiness with Epic Games over a character resembling his likeness in Fortnite. Epic Game...
Yellowcard, Juice WRLD mashup emerges amid “Lucid Dreams” lawsuit
Yellowcard, Juice WRLD mashup emerges amid “Lucid Dreams” lawsuit
The newest update to the Yellowcard and Juice WRLD lawsuit doesn't have anything to do with the lawsuit at all. Closely following the lawsuit filing in late October, a YouTuber made a mashup of the two songs in question. The lawsuit stems from Yellowcard claiming Juice WRLD stole elements from their song "Holly Wood Died" for his breakthrough track "Lucid Dreams"...
Genius files lawsuit against Google after allegedly catching lyrics theft
Genius files lawsuit against Google after allegedly catching lyrics theft
Google is finding itself in hot water recently. The lyric-annotation site Genius Media is suing Google and its licensed lyric company Lyric Find for $50 million. Genius filed the lawsuit and alleges that they caught Google "red-handed" stealing their content in June due to a rather clever trick typed into their lyrics  Read more about the lawsuit and legal words below. Re...
Nirvana lawsuit proceeds in Marc Jacobs smiley face infringement case
Nirvana lawsuit proceeds in Marc Jacobs smiley face infringement case
Nirvana filed a lawsuit against the famous clothing designer Marc Jacobs last December, accusing the brand of copyright and trademark infringement. The band claims Jacobs used the infamous "Happy Face" logo without permission, insinuating that all merchandise by the clothing label containing that logo was endorsed by the grunge icons...
Lil Peep’s team says mother’s lawsuit claims are “categorically untrue”
Lil Peep’s team says mother’s lawsuit claims are “categorically untrue”
claim On Monday, the mother of late rapper Lil Peep filed a lawsuit against the artist’s former management and tour company nearly two years after his death.  According to TMZ, Liza Womack, Peep’s mother, filed sued First Access Entertainment, the company that was responsible for the rapper’s last tour prior to his death.  Read more: Lil Peep... Read More ...
Lil Peep’s mother sues late rapper’s management team for wrongful death
Lil Peep’s mother sues late rapper’s management team for wrongful death
The mother of late rapper Lil Peep is suing the artist’s former management and tour company nearly two years after his death.  According to TMZ, Liza Womack, Peep’s mother, filed a lawsuit on Monday against First Access Entertainment, the company that was responsible for the rapper’s last tour prior to his death.  Read more: Lil Peep... Read More ...
Chris Fehn says he might return to Slipknot “someday” amid lawsuit
Chris Fehn says he might return to Slipknot “someday” amid lawsuit
Chris Fehn has shared his feelings about possibly wanting to return to Slipknot one day amid a lawsuit he’s filing against the band members.  Fehn has been pretty quiet on social media since the suit. This new post is the first since he promoted his new song from Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell that arrived on the same day as the new Slipknot album. Read mor...
Gathering of the Juggalos golf cart crash sparks lawsuit over legless driver
Gathering of the Juggalos golf cart crash sparks lawsuit over legless driver
Juggalos are easily one of the wildest groups of music fans, but one attendee of the Gathering Of The Juggalos isn't as stoked about their weirdness as others. Ohio resident Adam Batton is allegedly suing Ninjas in Action, a Michigan group that was holding the 20th annual as well as the Lawrence County Recreational Park after a legless Juggalo ran into him with a golf cart...

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