Martin Shkreli’s legal woes are mounting.
The vilified ex-pharmaceuticals CEO is being sued by a New York artist who claims his original illustrations were swiped for the new Wu-Tang Clan album that Shkreli bought at auction for $2 million. The artist is also suing a member of the hip-hop group.
In a copyright infringement lawsuit filed Tuesday in Manhattan federal court, Jason Koza said he submitted nine portraits of the Wu-Tang’s members to a website, WuDisciples.blogspot.com, about two years ago. He thought the drawings would be featured on the site itself.
“Mr. Koza was happy when his work appeared on the…
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