Booker T Sues Activision for Allegedly Ripping Off ‘GI Bro’ Character – Professional Wrestling Sheet

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Booker T has filed a copyright criticism in opposition to the oldsters at the wait on of Call of Accountability: Shaded Ops Four for hanging a personality that looks adore “G.I. Bro” within the sport. 

In step with The Verge, Booker filed the lawsuit in his home recount of Texas and alleges Activision Publishing, Activision-Blizzard, and Foremost League Gaming, plagiarized the damage of Booker’s comic book alter-ego G.I. Bro. of their sport “Call of Accountability: Shaded Ops Four.”

For those irregular, the G.I. Bro personality first appeared in WCW as fragment of The Misfits in Drag. Booker went on to manufacture two comic books per the personality.

The “Shaded Ops” personality in query, David “Prophet” Wilkes, bears some evident similarities to G.I. Bro., but Booker’s legal professionals don’t think the similarities are coincidental.

“They could perhaps well even have drawn him any strategy they wanted. But they chose to accumulate Booker T.’s “G. I. Bro.”,” the swimsuit claims. The swimsuit also mentions that because the G.I. Bro. copyright holder, Booker T has the “atypical perfect to make copies and derivatives of the proprietor’s works”


The swimsuit also alleges that the infringement has resulted in a whole bunch of thousands of 1000’s of greenbacks in sales of infringing copies of Booker T’s G. I. Bro personality. 


“Booker T. respectfully requires trial by jury on all issues so triable,” the docs further recount. “Booker T. Huffman prays that Defendants be cited to seem and solution, and that upon final trial have and fetch well from Defendants as residing forth above, and that he have such other reduction as it would also prove himself to be entitled.”


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