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American Idol: Stripper Idol Being Sued

December 19, 2008 03:00 PM by Paulene Hinds


From singing to naked dancing? Not if American Idol has their say! TMZ reported that Fremantle Media, the corporation that created American Idol, is suing the owners of the Palazio Men’s Club in Texas for their take on the American Idol Competition, calling it Stripper Idol.

The Palazio Men’s Club in Texashostedthe $500 stripper competition naming it, Stripper Idol, butFremantle Media is having none of it. In the lawsuit, filed this week in U.S District Court in Texas, Fremantle Media claims Palazio’s competition, which allegedly used American Idol name and trademarked logo, has tarnished the singing show’s good name. Fremantle Media is hoping to take away the club’s profits from the naked competition along with collecting on all damages sustained and legal fees accrued from the suit.

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