Monday, March 4, 2024

Father Sues Son for Copyright Infringement

Readers may remember that back in December 2009, a certain Alfonso Frazetta Jr. was arrested and accused of breaking into his father’s museum and stealing $20 million worth of his father’s paintings. Well, it seems like the family feud continues.

Frazetta’s father has now sued Frank Frazetta Jr. claiming that his son is copying and selling lithographs, books, jewelry, drawings, T-shirts, sweatshirts, statues and “so-called Masters Collection” reproductions in violation of Frazetta Sr.’s copyright.

Courthouse News Service has more on this story as well as the complaint here.


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