The singer never allowed his image to be used in the game of fashion
Selena Gomez filed a lawsuit for $ 10 million against a video game to you cell phone called: “Clothes Forever – Styling Game“.
It is an app that you can download it in the Apple store and at whose promotion appear celebrities as Rihanna and Taylor Swifft. This is about to accompany shopping at some famous, and for that you have to spend real money on things virtual, ranging from 99 cents to 100 dollars.
According to the lawsuit, which was published in the magazine
, Selena Gomez he argues that he never approached any of the developers of the application to inform you or ask permission on using his image.
In addition, the exestrella of Disney he confesses that he never had paid to be part of the game.
“The defendant never asked, consulted or informed Gomez on the use of any right issued in relation to the game,” said their legal team.
In addition, the team Selena Gomez he said that he never would have agreed to be part of a game that attracts his followers to buy “imaginary things” by up to $ 100.
Finally, we made it clear to the magazine that the singer “Lose You To Love I“analyzes all the business proposals that you receive to see that go in agreement with their values, another reason that I would not have agreed to this agreement.
The demand is about the chinese company-developer of “Clothes Forever – Styling Game“, Guanhzhou Feidong Software Technology, and other british, MutantBox Interactive Limited, which is in charge of the distribution.
This type of lawsuits are a common thing in the courts. Recently, the television presenter, Ellen DeGeneres and the actress, Sandra Bullock sued over 100 companies from health and cosmetics to use their name without their consent.