Katy Perry Faces $150,000 Copyright Lawsuit For Her Halloween 2016 Picture Where She Dressed Up As Hillary Clinton
Katy Perry's 2016 Halloween Pics (Photo Credits: Instagram)

A three-year-old picture of herself has landed singer Katy Perry in copyright trouble, drawing a $150,000-lawsuit against her. At a 2016 Halloween party, Perry had dressed up as Hillary Clinton. She then posted the picture on Instagram, and the celebrity news agency Backgrid has now filed a lawsuit against her, reports msn.com. Katy Perry’s Hawaiian Chic Ensemble With A Badass Jacket Is Perfect For A Harley-Davidson Museum Tour.

Backgrid have claimed that Perry violated federal law of the US by posting a photograph copyrighted to the agency on her personal Instagram page. The agency added Perry should have paid a licensing fee if she wanted to use the 2016 picture, and has sued her for $150,000 for using it. From Katy Perry to Neha Kakkar, When Harassment and Physical Abuse on Reality TV Shows Sparked Controversies.

Katy Perry Turns Hillary Clinton for 2016 Halloween Party 

Katy Clinton?

 

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Having a little pre party before I take office #IMWITHME Cheers to @svedkavodka  #howtosvedka @hillaryclinton 🍸✨

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Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

The photograph, however, is still up on Perry's Insta page. While she is dressed as Hillary, her current partner Orlando Bloom is by her side, dressed as a caricature of Donald Trump. BILL & HILL 4EVA, Perry has captioned the picture on social media.