The war between Robin Thicke and Marvin Gaye’s family rages onward after Gaye’s oldest son made new allegations. The ‘Blurred Lines’ crooner has been hit with a second countersuit over the popular track. Although Marvin Gaye III alleged Thicke copied four songs, he is only bringing copyright claims on “Blurred Lines” and “Love After War.” Unlike the first countersuit, there have been no claims made that the song publisher breached its contract and its fiduciary duty by failing to protect Gaye’s songs.
Marvin Gaye’s Son Kicks Off New Battle With Robin Thicke
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