Isht ain’t sweet son, word up
Supreme Court Rules That Woman Pay $222,000 For Illegal MP3 Downloads
The Supreme Court has turned away an appeal from a Minnesota woman who has been ordered to pay record companies $222,000 for the unauthorized downloading of copyrighted music.
The justices did not comment Monday in letting stand the judgment against Jammie Thomas-Rasset of Brainerd, Minn. She claimed in court papers that the ordered payment was excessive.
The music industry filed thousands of lawsuits against people it accused of downloading music without permission and without paying for it. Almost all the cases settled for $3,500.
Lawyer Kiwi Camara said Thomas-Rasset is one of only two defendants whose case went to trial. The other is former Boston University student Joel Tenenbaum, who also lost and was ordered to pay $675,000.
The case is Thomas-Rasset v. Capitol Records, 12-715.
This broad is about to spend Lambo money on some damn music. F**k that! Catch us if you can!
More Stories From Bossip
Celebrity Seeds: Diddy And The Game’s Kids Featured...
Bitter Teyana Taylor Posts Tae Heckard's Texts & Number In Petty Twitter Beef!
Baby, Baby, Baby: Ashanti’s Most Fantastically...
No Sorcery Needed: Fantasia Flaunts Her Ultimate Glo Up...
Detox Sorcery: Thicky Fine Model Tabria Majors Blasts...
Where Is Amina Buddafly: Is Tara Wallace Expecting Her...
For Your Info: 30 Celebs Whose Ethnic Background Will Surprise You
Bizarro World: Funniest Memes From The Hillary Clinton-Donald...