Diddy Sues Sean John For $25 Million For Using His Image Without His Permission


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If you didn’t know Diddy is not tied to the clothes firm Sean John, now after he filed a $25 million lawsuit towards the clothes firm.

According to paperwork obtained by All Hip Hop, Diddy filed a $25 million lawsuit towards his former clothes firm earlier this week. The firm is now owned by GBG USA. Recently the clothes model collaborated with Missguided for a clothes line. According to the grievance filed on February 4th, it claims the corporate illegally used Diddy’s picture, likeness, and persona with out his permission.

Diddy bought the Sean John clothes firm to GBG USA again in 2016. In the lawsuit, Diddy reportedly says that the corporate fabricated quotes to make clients suppose that he was nonetheless related to the corporate once they launched their collaboration with Missguided.

Jonathan D. Davis, Diddy’s lawyer, mentioned, “[Diddy] does not challenge [Sean John/GBG’s] right to use the Sean John trademark, but rather [Sean John/GBG’s] decision to leverage a fabricated quote they created and then falsely attributed to Mr. Combs, and to use Mr. Combs’s name and other monikers to create the false and misleading impression that Mr. Combs is the decision-maker behind the designs and creation of the GBG Collection.”

He continued to state, “[Sean John, GBG and Missguided] are using the Unapproved Material, which contains false or misleading representations of fact, to promote and sell the items in the GBG Collection because they understand that associating it with Mr. Combs will significantly increase sales and profits.”

Aside from Sean John, many of that Diddy has had a number of different enterprise accomplishments in varied different industries.

 

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