Perez-Hilton Sued for Illegally Posting Britney Recordings


Zomba Recording has filed a federal lawsuit in Los Angeles, charging the proprietor of with illegally posting Britney Spears recordings.

Attorneys for Zomba, which owns the copyrights to Spears’ recordings, filed the suit Thursday against the gossip Web site and its proprietor, Mario Lavandeira, the company said.

The suit accuses Lavandeira of violating Zomba’s copyrights by posting at least 10 completed tracks and unfinished demos from Spears’ upcoming album, “Blackout,” during the past three months.

“Blackout” was scheduled to be released Nov. 13, but Spears’ label, Jive Records, announced Wednesday it was moving up the release date to Oct. 30 because of the Internet leaks.

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