Taylor Swift Sued By Theme Park Over ‘Evermore’ Name

Published: Thursday 4th Feb 2021 by Ryan

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.

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  1. 🍭marilyn monh-O-E🍭(💫Perfectly Splendid✨) February 4, 2021

    Wow! Is she desperate for some money? I thought she’s super filthy rich already💅🏿💅🏿 She don’t owed Thus s h I t. It’s just a album title. Anyone can use this name. She’s just like sue other artists with same song name. Dumb girl🤳🏿🤳🏿🤳🏿

    • 🍭marilyn monh-O-E🍭(💫Perfectly Splendid✨) February 4, 2021

      *correction I mean the company is greedy. I stan my gurl Taylor 💅🏿💅🏿💅🏿 I was too drunk again.

    • Shayla Queen 👑 February 4, 2021

      Girl I love your crazy ass 🤣🤣🤣💯💋

  2. Drink my b**** juice February 4, 2021

    Hmmm. I dont see how “the company already has lawsuits” is a logical argument. It still does not take away the fact that she used the name of another entity (which is trademarked) if they have merchandise and sales are being affected, then she should pay up. Simple.

    • Meme February 4, 2021

      Exactly lol. Like what does that have to do with her using their name.

  3. Johny5 February 4, 2021

    This is silly… you cannot make a civil claim over a title and everyone knows that.

  4. Tori February 4, 2021

    It sounds like they owe money and they’re using this case against Taylor in hopes of settling outside of court to pay the other’s because suing someone because they caused your Google searches to go down is the dumbest s*** I’ve ever heard in my life‼️There are so many other small business that uses that name as it is a common word. Taylor has a song with the same name that just so happens to be the albums title track. This is unbelievably stupid.

  5. Roberta FlackSabbath February 11, 2021

    Are they suing Led Zeppelin over “The Battle of Evermore” or all the fantasy books with Evermore in the title? Hey, why not go after The CW for Everwood, which I think is the pornn version of Evermore….

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