Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga May Sue Over 'Fame' Comic Books
Although Beliebers are patiently awaiting the release of Justin Bieber's comic book, and fans bought up every copy of Lady Gaga's title in just one day, a lawyer repping the two stars is threatening to sue Bluewater Productions for publishing the comic books without his clients' consent.
Kenneth Feinswog, the lawyer for the two celebs, has served Bluewater with a cease-and-desist letter, which threatens to sue the company if they do not stop production of the biographical Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber titles. However, Bluewater publisher Darren G. Davis maintains that freedom of speech allows him to publish the unauthorized biographies, and he isn't backing down.
"We are 100% within our First Amendment rights," Darren told MTV News. "We knew our rights on this before we jumped into the biography world. These are 100% biographies on their lives. We reach out to all the celebrities and some choose to work with us and some do not. If they do choose to work with us, we donate ads and money to a non-profit of their choice. We offered the same deal to Bieber's people."
A third printing of Fame: Lady Gaga is already in production, and Fame: Lady Gaga 2 is expected to hit shelves this November. Fame: Justin Bieber is scheduled for an October release. Whose side are you on? Do you think Bluewater has the right to publish these comic books or should they have gotten Justin and Gaga's consent first?