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Dec 08, 2008 ezstreet Uncategorized 0
Outkast’s Andre 3000, along with Turner Broadcasting and Cartoon Newtork is facing a $2 million dollar lawsuit for copyright infringement and brench of contract from “Class of 3000” cartoon series on Cartoon Network.
Sources say, According to the Boston Herald, local postal worker Timothy McGee alleges the “characters, artwork, storylines [and] concepts” from Dre’s Emmy-winning Cartoon Network series were all based on his ideas for an earlier project called “The Music Factory.”
Where as Andre 3000 was credited witht he creation, executive productoin and starring in the cartoon series ‘Class of 300’ ” The lawsuit reads, “The similarities between the expression of Mr. McGee’s work in ‘The Music Factory’ and that of ‘Class of 3000’ are sufficiently detailed and pervasive.”
The cartoon debuted November 2006, McGee claims he offered his series pitch to Cartoon Network executive Michael Lazzo in 1997 before being rejected.
“We’ve requested $2 million in damages thus far,” Neeff told the Boston Herald. “The rest remains to be seen.” McGee also claimed misappropriation of trade secrets and is requesting damages to include all profits from the show’s two seasons.
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