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Sharon Stone, the rapper Chanel West Coast to be the court of law.
The “Basic Instinct” actress is suing the rapper over the use of her image in the song, “Sharon Stoned (to death).” In the lawsuit, which acquired the Hollywood Reporter, Stone, 61, claims that Chanel West Coast is of 31, is trying to capitalize off of her “to an extraordinary degree of popularity and fame.”
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The rapper, whose real name is Chelsea Chanel Dudley, released a “Sharon Stone” in 2018 and beyond. The “Ridiculousness” star will repeat the phrase, “Sharon, Sharon, Sharon stone multiple times in the film.
The lawsuit notes that, “the song, is gratuitous and repeated use of the name “Sharon Stone” in the lyrics.” “For more than a quarter of the song length of minutes, and twelve seconds of the song consists of nothing more than the defendant, Dudley, repeatedly, to say that the name is ‘Sharon Stone’ in a mantra-like repetition.”
During the song, for Defendant Dudley needlessly repeats the name of ‘Sharon Stone’s’ thirty-three times, and in the name of ‘Innovation’ nine times,” the complaint stated. The lawsuit also claims that the video is designed to evoke its image of, such as Dudley who admitted to “a number of classic, iconic Sharon Stone in the film, they find themselves in.”
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In addition, the lawsuit claims that the “infringing content, which contains the physical appearance, attributes, characteristics, appearance, mannerisms, qualities, and characteristics, clothing, treatment, and images of, in connection with Sharon Stone’s likeness, image, identity, and personality of the Basic, Instinct, Interrogation, scene.”
The lawsuit claims the use of the Stone, and the likeness is a “conscious disregard of the Right Stone, the right to privacy and the public interest.”
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The Stone is currently suing the west coast of unfair competition and a violation of her right of publicity. The Stone is on the lookout for an injunction to bar west coast from using its name and image, and is also seeking damages and disgorgement of the profits the rapper made the video and the song.