Britney Dismissed

(E!) Such is the verdict of a federal judge in Indianapolis, who has dismissed a copyright-infringement lawsuit brought by an Indiana songwriter against the pop princess over the song "Sometimes."

U.S. District Judge John D. Thinker tossed the complaint Oct. 31 after determining that the claims brought by Steve Wallace in a May 5 court filing did not merit further action. [The judge didn't say that Britney's songs are so generic anyone could write them... see full story for more of what really went down] - Click here for the Full Story

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