Rolling Stone reports:
Evermore, a Utah theme park, is suing Taylor Swift for copyright infringement over the singer’s December album of the same name.
Evermore Park, a Medieval fantasy-themed experience park located in Pleasant Grove, filed the suit Wednesday alleging that her album and associated merchandise has caused “actual confusion” among park patrons.
Upon releasing her ninth studio album, Swift updated her website with a slew of Evermore-themed merchandise, causing Evermore Park to claim her goods are counterfeit due to their existing trademark. Evermore Park is asking for “not more than $2 million per counterfeit mark.”
Taylor Swift sued by theme park Evermore over trademark infringement https://t.co/TEX1KP71WX pic.twitter.com/Si6f28nNc1
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) February 4, 2021
Taylor Swift is being sued by an amusement park in the United States over the use of the name ‘Evermore’ on her surprise album release back in December 2020 https://t.co/nTNFlIWmw4
— Buzz.ie (@buzzdotie) February 4, 2021