Taylor Swift Is Striking Back at a Theme Park Called Evermore That Tried to Sue Her

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From Cosmopolitan

Today in weird celebrity lawsuits, Taylor Swift's camp has filed a lawsuit in response to Evermore Park (a theme park in Utah), which initially sued her for using the name "evermore."

Evermore Park reportedly sued Taylor in early February, claiming that her album and related art infringed on its trademark. They also sued the company that owns and manages Taylor's copyright interests, TAS Rights Management. Now, TAS Rights Management has sued the park in return, claiming the park's actors perform Taylor's songs without license.

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The lawsuit is verrrrrry complicated and has been broken down by Variety, but one noteworthy moment includes the outlet speculating that Evermore Park may have had "a Swiftie in its ranks" who "turned over evidence" to Tay's team about the park allegedly using her copyrighted material.

In the lawsuit, it's written that the singer's attorneys were contacted by “a former Evermore Park volunteer and frequent patron of Evermore Park, advising of the unlicensed public performance of Artist’s music."

Ahem, guess we'll see what happens!

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