Lady Gaga is in the news yet again. And this time, it’s not because she was seen donning another meat-inspired dress or transparent stockings. The “Mother Monster” is involved in a breach-of-contract lawsuit that apparently might cost Gaga and company $10 million in damages! That’s a pretty penny even if you are a ridiculously famous, eccentric multi-millionaire.
MGA Entertainment, Inc., the makers of the Bratz Dolls we and our siblings grew up with, filed the suit because they apparently paid Gaga $1 million to secure rights to a line of Gaga toys and dolls available for purchase by the Christmas season, expecting to gross $28 million in revenue. On the flip side, Bravado International Group (one of Gaga’s management companies), wanted to delay production until the release of her new album next year, making it convenient for her for the Dolls to be on the market at that time. They say she requested for the Dolls to look more super-model like with a zombie outfit and removable head, all which would delay production.
Whose side of the issue are you on?