Disclosure Issue Statement Addressing Copyright Infringement Allegations | Music News
Disclosure have recently come under attack with a lawsuit claiming that three of their songs contain lyrics that didn’t belong to them. Katie Farrah Sopher is suing the band for £200,000 for using words that had allegedly been passed on to others by her ‘violent ex-boyfriend’, who in turn has completely refuted the allegation. The duo has taken to Facebook today saying that “all allegations made against us to do with this subject are completely false… We didn’t get into this industry to steal other people’s ideas and we haven’t – we are musicians, artists and producers“. You can read the full statement on their Facebook page here.
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