Here's Why Ariana Grande Is Being Sued for Posting Photos of Herself
15 May, 2019, 15:38 | Author: Cecil Buchanan
Cape Town - Ariana Grande has landed in hot water after sharing photos of herself. In addition, Robert claims the singer didn't have his "permission or consent to publish the photographs" on her Instagram page.
The images in question are two paparazzi shots of Grande carrying a bag reading "Sweetener", the same name as her fourth studio album.
She posted them to her account on August 17 previous year, the day the album was released, with the caption: "Happy sweetener day".
Grande is the most followed woman on Instagram, with 154 million followers.
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Ariana Grande's now-deleted Instagram post, submitted as evidence.
According to court documents, the post was liked by 3,392,079 of her followers, but it clearly wasn't liked by Barbera.
Barbera is suing for either the profits Grande earned from the photos or $25,000 for each pic.
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