Taylor Swift He has blood with an author.
The ‘Don’t Blame Me’ singer is facing a new copyright lawsuit alleging that she stole the book accompanying her 2019 album. lover From a self-published book of poems of the same name.
In a complaint filed in Tennessee federal court on August 23, the writer Teresa La Dart She claimed “Design and Text Elements” from her 2010 book lover Copied in Swift’s book. According to legal documents obtained by E! News, La Dart’s lawyers claim that Swift’s book – which has sold 2.9 million copies in the US alone – infringes La Dart’s copyright and the Grammy winner now owes his client “in excess of $1 million” in damages.
La Dart claims that books are “largely the same form of remembrance of bygone years immortalized in a mixture of written and illustrated components.” Alleged similarities include covers featuring “a light pink and blue”, as well as a photo of the author “pictured in a sloping pose.”