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Due to our new system upgrade, we are requesting all existing users to update their password. Create a new password. Forgot your password? Carmen Electra and more than two dozen other models and actresses are suing six Connecticut strip clubs for trademark infringement, alleging that the venues used their photos in promotional and advertising materials without permission or compensation.
The models argue that the alleged use of their images was misleading because they never worked at or were affiliated with the clubs. Attorneys for the Mynx clubs and their owner, Alfred Ciraldo, did not respond to a request for comment. Peter Shapiro, an attorney for Rockstar and its owner Andrew Wielblad, declined comment. Jonathan Klein, an attorney for Keepers, also declined comment. In November, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported that groups of models and actresses had filed at least 50 lawsuits against strip clubs in at least eight states.
Purchase History Logout. View Digital Editions. View all Events. Register newsletters Subscribe. Photo Zolnierek, shutterstock. By Matt Pilon. Matt Pilon. Image Contributed. Pictured is one of the plaintiffs, Kim Cozzens, according to the suit. Read . Read Next. Most Popular. Cancel Comment. Up. Learn More. No articles left. Get access now In order to use this feature, we need some information from you.
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Models slap CT strip clubs with trademark lawsuits