Taylor Swift has found herself in a legal dispute.
The ‘Willow’ songstress is being sued by a Utah fantasy theme park over trademark infringement of the name ‘Evermore,’ which is their name and the name of Swift’s most recent album.
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In new documents obtained by our friends at Pitchfork, the Evermore theme park is suing Swift after her album allegedly caused confusion among guests and affected its page ranking on Google searches.
The lawsuit goes on to allege that Swift’s album infringes on the theme park’s merchandise designs and artwork for the original soundtracks it released.
Swift’s legal team has since responded and called the claims “frivolous” and pointed out that there are several lawsuits against the park currently.
According to Utah Business, there are “at least five lawsuits filed against [Ken] Bretschneider and the Evermore group by major construction companies.”
It goes on to say, many of the companies claim they are “owed between $28,000 and $400,000.”
The park is seeking millions in damages and legal fees from Swift.