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Better Late Than Never? Adam Levine’s New Lawsuit Against Activision Aims To Make Them Feel His “Misery”

Posted: August 13, 2011 - Blog

Much like No Doubt did when this game was first released, Adam Levine of Maroon 5 is suing video-game developer Activision over his avatar being used in the game to sing songs meant for other artists or songs he would not himself perform

I’m curious as to what took so long (the game was released in 2009) and what the actual contract signed looked like (though I suspect this will be settled before we might ever see that).

What does everyone think? Notwithstanding the contract, is this a legitimate gripe of the use of his likeness or is it much to do about nothing?

And honestly, doesn’t everyone just create themselves or some crazy character in the game anyways? 🙂

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