According to a report, Taylor Swift has been served with a $1 million copyright lawsuit.
An novelist has filed a lawsuit against the American singer for allegedly plagiarizing her work in her 2019 album, Lover.
A $1 million copyright lawsuit is apparently being filed against Taylor Swift.
An author who claimed Taylor Swift plagiarized her from her 2010 self-published poetry collection, Lover, has accused the singer of plagiarism.
According to a source, Taylor is accused of stealing the author's ideas for the companion booklet of her Lover album from 2019.
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According to reports, Taylor is currently involved in another copyright issue. She performs the well-known song Shake It Off, which was published in 2014.
The singer is accused of stealing lyrics from a song by the American girl group 3LW from 2001 called Playas Gon' Play. In a sworn deposition, Taylor reportedly denied borrowing any lyrics.