Recently retired Mötley Crüe are being sued by legendary rock photographers Barry Levine and Neil Zlozower. Their work was slapped on all kinds of merchandise including stickers, flags, and even baby onesies. Their claim is that the band did not have the rights to use images that were on merchandise being sold during their farewell tour.
Blabbermouth reports that the lawsuit was filed on Tuesday (September 6th) in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. In it, Motley Crue, Inc are named along with 23 other defendants including Amazon (where allegedly infringing products were sold) along with a number of clothing, poster and other merchandise manufacturers.
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