Justin Bieber is being sued by the creators of "Joustin' Beaver"
Justin Bieber in legal drama with "Joustin' Beaver" creators
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (JANUARY 31, 2011) (HOLLYWOODTV - The company behind a Justin Bieber theme mobile app is firing back at Justin Bieber insisting the Constitution protects its right to lampoon anyone it wants. Beiber sent a cease-and-desist to the creators of "Joustin' Beaver" claiming the company is trampling all over Justin's trademarks. But now, the company in question called RC3 is calling the singer's bluff, filing its own preemptive lawsuit against Bieber, asking a court to declare RC3 is not violating any laws by poking fun at him. According to RC3, the game is a parody protected by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
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