Woody takes $5M in publicity suit
Actor Woody Allen has reached a $5 million settlement with American Apparel in his headline-grabbing right of publicity suit against the US clothing manufacturer
Allen sued American Apparel last year for using an image from the film Annie Hall of the actor dressed as a Hasidic rabbi in a 2007 billboard campaign. He claimed that the company had used his likeness without permission for...
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