Utah Theme Park Sues Taylor Swift For Trademark Infringement
PLEASANT GROVE, Utah – Evermore Park filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against singer Taylor Swift Tuesday.
The park, which is a fantasy world set in an English village complete with knights, witches and pirates, said Swift’s new album ‘Evermore’ caused confusion and drowned out the park’s online presence.
Swift’s attorney said the lawsuit is baseless and the park actually benefited from the association with the pop superstar.
Evermore Park is suing for $2 million in damages for each type of merchandise it said Swift counterfeited.
Read more at the Deseret News.
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