‘Star Wars’ bosses sue company for using characters without permit

By: | Published: August 8, 2015 3:14 PM

Lucasfilm and Disney have filed a lawsuit against a cuff link company claiming that they stole the film's characters.

Lucasfilm and Disney have filed a lawsuit against a cuff link company claiming that they stole the film’s characters.

As per the documents, Cuff Daddy made links featuring various ‘Star Wars’ characters without getting permission, and even though the items are no longer for sale on their site, the damage is done, TMZ.com reported.

Disney is demanding to stop all CD production on the rebel links, in addition to three times the profits that the merchandise made.

Meanwhile, Cuff Daddy is claiming that they got the products from suppliers who were licensed to make it.

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