South Park Lawsuit
Creators of every kids favorite and parents least liked comedy central cartoon series South Park Trey Parker and Matt Stone have found themselves in legal trouble this time. Unfortunately this time it looking really bad. The Creators of South Park are being sued by a man who claims the two stole his character The South Park lawsuit is over the character they created known as King Lollipop. King Lollipop appeared in three episodes in 2009.
Exavier Wardlaw is the man that claims the King Lollipop character is his creation. Wadlaw filed a complaint in federal court in Philidelphia with the claims financial infringement department. Wardlaw’s main intention is just to have King Lollipop removed from the show because he feels it’s his character. He doesn’t want to see him in any episodes.
South Park Lawsuit
According to an article written by Tim Kenneally of TheWrap “Exavier claimed King Lollipop which was included in the Imaginationland trilogy, is based on the Big Bad Lollipop character from The Lollipop Forest.”
Whats unfortunate as well is that Wardlaw is bothered by the fact that he says his show is a family show. Moreover the fact that South Park portrays his character in another light and due to the fact the South Park is not a family show according to Wardlaw of course he is not pleased.
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Furthermore “The ‘South Park’ television show and its producers, directors and writers disregarded the public copyright notice and appropriated ‘The Lollipop Forest’ for financial gain, without permission or attribution of authorship or compensation for use.”
The complaint reads, The ‘South Park’ television broadcast diminished/tarnished the value of ‘The Lollipop Forest’ as a wholesome family show by association within the context of unwholesome language and sexual innuendo.
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