Tuesday, April 1

American Apparel Rips Off Woody Allen, Consumers

Woody Allen is suing American Apparel. And not because they sell socks for $12. Apparently, the company used an image of Woody dressed as a rabbi for his film, “Annie Hall,” in their billboard advertising without his consent. He’s now suing for a cool $10 mil.

As Alvy Singer would say, “I can't get with any religion that advertises in Popular Mechanics.” Or American Apparel for that matter.

Woody Allen sues clothing maker for $10 million

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