Selena Gomez is facing legal troubles. The Disney teen queen is being named in a $1 million lawsuit for plagiarism by the independent rock band, Luce. The California rockers are suing the Love You Like a Love Song singer for copyright infringement saying her 2010 hit single, A Year Without Rain, features a chorus with a melody “virtually identical” to their 2005 song Buy a Dog. The song was co-written by Lindy Robbins and Tony Gad, and is the title track of her second studio album with her band, Selena Gomez and the Scene. Gomez, Gad and Robbins have all been named co-defendants in the lawsuit. Gomez, who has yet to release a statement on the situation, rose to fame on the Disney Channel comedy Wizards of Waverly Place, before breaking into the music industry. She’s currently linked to Canadian pop music superstar Justin Bieber. Check out both songs below: ~Kyle Sharp
October 29, 2019 | Leave a Comment
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