Avril Lavigne has just been slapped with a lawsuit claiming she ripped off the Rubinoos’ 1979 single, I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend. Lavigne’s manager hired a musicologist to study the tracks, who supposedly found the songs to be “completely different” both in melodies and lyrics. However, the Rubinoos’ song goes “Hey! Hey! You! You! I wanna be your boyfriend,” while Lavigne sings, “Hey! Hey! You! You! I wanna be your girlfriend.” Meanwhile, Chantal Kreviazuk told Performing Songwriter that she sent Lavigne a song two years ago called Contagious. “I just saw the track listing to [Avril’s new] album and there’s a song called Contagious on it—and my name’s not on it. What do you do with that?” Krevaziuk asked the magazine. “I mean, Avril, a songwriter? Avril doesn’t really sit and write songs by herself or anything.” She says she’ll never work with Avril again.