Beyonce, Rihanna, Kanye West, More Take Action Against ElevenParis

(Radio.com) Beyonce, Pharrell Williams, Rihanna, Kanye West, and Jay Z, filed a lawsuit against French fashion line, ElevenParis in New York federal court on Tuesday (Oct. 6).

The complaint focuses on the use of images and names emblazoned on t-shirts, sweatshirts, backpacks, and cellphone cases. The celebrity group make 58 claims against ElevenParis, citing trademark infringement, violation of rights due to the fashion line's apparel using slogans like "Kanye is my Homie" and "Pharrell is my Brotha." ElevenParis is also accused of using copyrighted song lyrics.

The Hollywood Reporter revealed one of the complaints in the lawsuit shows Beyonce quietly signed a deal with the French house back in January. Terms of Beyonce's deal remain secret, but she is still accusing ElevenParis of "breaching the terms and conditions" by selling unlicensed products. Read more here.

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