Selena Gomez is suing the company behind mobile game for using name, image and likeness without permission
Selena Gomez sues the company behind the mobile game app for using her name, image and likeness without permission
She claims her sponsored posts are worth a whopping $ 800,000 each.
And now Selena Gomez is suing the creators of a mobile game app that she says uses her name, image and likeness without permission.
According to TMZ On Tuesday, the pop star filed a lawsuit against software and technology companies behind Clothes Forever – Styling Game.
Legal battle: According to TMZ on Tuesday, Selena Gomez filed a lawsuit against the makers of a mobile game app that she says uses her name, image and likeness without permission
In the legal documents, TMZ reports, Gomez says that a Flare magazine cover for which she posed is used in the game and accuses the makers of earning her fame.
She says her reputation is tarnished by the unapproved use of her image.
The 27-year-old asks for compensation and a reduction in the profit from the game.
Lawsuit: The pop star, 27, says a cover of Flare magazine she posed for is being used in the game, accusing the creators of abusing her fame. She wants compensation and a cut in profits
Meanwhile, the former Disney child star has released a makeup line called Rare, which is also the title of her most recent album.
In the April issue of Interview magazine, she explains in a conversation with Amy Schumer that she wanted to ‘start a conversation about how to make yourself feel good’.
“It’s not necessarily that you need these things to make yourself feel beautiful,” Gomez said.
She continued: ‘The line is completely organic and the packaging is recyclable. It’s all meant to be good for you and good for the environment.
“People of my generation have all this pressure to look a certain way, and I wanted to create a line that took the pressure off a bit.”
New venture: Meanwhile, the former Disney child star has released an organic makeup line called Rare, which is also the title of her most recent album