Who is suing Taylor Swift and why? As poet Teresa La Dart files a lawsuit, the love book scandal is revealed.

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Who is suing Taylor Swift and why? Once again, Taylor Swift is being sued. Author and poet Teresa La Dart sued Swift for copyright violations and is seeking $1 million in compensation. According to La Dart, Swift used the cover image from her 2010 book Lover for a 2019 album with the same name.

Who is suing Taylor Swift and why? On August 23, 2022, the case was submitted to the federal court in Tennessee. La Dart’s complaint was highlighted by Pitchfork. According to the lawsuit, Swift plagiarized “a number of creative aspects” from her self-published collection of poems Lover for her own book of the same name. A limited edition CD version of her album Lover was included with the book.

In addition to the title, the author asserted that Taylor Swift also borrowed from the book in other ways. She claimed that the author is “photographed in a downward stance” on both covers, which feature “pastel pinks and blues.” The two books’ covers are displayed below.

According to the lawsuit, someone on Swift’s staff allegedly spotted La Dart’s book and decided to imitate its “vibe and style.”

The book’s format, which was described as “a reminiscence of bygone years recorded in a combination of written and pictorial components,” was allegedly even duplicated by Swift, according to the author. The lawsuit also stated that “interspersed photos and words” were used in the book’s interior design.

Given that this was filed less than 24 hours ago, it has been an odd day. I’m happy to offer some perspective because many people appear to believe this was a badly executed plan. The first thing to observe is that Miss La Dart feels strongly that before drawing any conclusions, her entire work needs to be compared with Miss Swift’s.

Given that this was filed less than 24 hours ago, it has been an odd day. I’m happy to offer some perspective because many people appear to believe this was a badly executed plan. The first thing to observe is that Miss La Dart feels strongly that before drawing any conclusions, her entire work needs to be compared with Miss Swift’s.

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