Woody Allen Sues American Apparel for $10 Million
Dov Charney & co. must have expected that Allen might not take too well to having his 'Annie Hall' Hasid-dressed likeness used to sell solid colour leggings and v-neck t-shirts.
Woody Allen has asked a federal court to strip a clothing company of at least $10 million for featuring him on billboards in Hollywood and New York.
A lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Manhattan on Monday says the actor and director does not endorse commercial products or services in the United States. The lawsuit says his non-commercial rule makes the May 2007 American Apparel billboards "especially egregious and damaging."