Beyoncé Now Accused of Fraud in “Blue Ivy” Trademark Battle

Beyonce Now Accused of Fraud in "Blue Ivy" Trademark Battle
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Whew! if you’ve been following the story behind the Blue Ivy trademark, then you’d know this legal battle has been on-going for quite some time.

To catch you up, of course we all know that Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s first born daughter Blue Ivy was born January 7, 2012. But what you might now know is that a woman by the name of Veronica Morales has a wedding planning business by the same moniker as the first Carter heir.

Although Beyonce filed to protect trademark rights for the use of her daughter’s name, Morales is now claiming fraud on the Queen’s part as she says Beyonce filed trademark for business purposes only, while a Hov interview suggested that they wanted to protect their daughter’s name.

According to The Blast, Jay’s Vanity Fair interview, along with the Carters refusal to respond to Morales’ request for discovery evidence.

The Carters and Morales will face off in court.


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