Selena Gomez sues gaming company for using her name, image without approval

Pop star Selena Gomez has submitted a USD 10 million lawsuit against a mobile gaming company for allegedly creating a character based on her personality. In the lawsuit against the software and technology firm which created the app, the 27-year-old singer argued that she did not give any permission to the creators for using her name, image or likeness in any regard.

The gaming application is sold by China-based Software. Your copyrights belong to British firm. According to reports.

" Accused he never requested, consulted or informed Gomez about the use of any of his advertising rights in relation to the Game.

Nor, if asked, would Gomez have consented to such use for the Game, which apparently is based on the unpleasant practice of enticing its users to make in-game purchases in amounts up to $ 99.99 to finance imaginary expenses on the Game and unlock features, the suit stated.

Gomez has also alleged that his reputation is being hurt due to this unapproved association with a game.