Robin Thicke Faces More Legal Trouble As Marvin's Gayes Kids File Countersuit
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Two of Marvin Gaye's children have filed a countersuit accusing Robin Thicke of denying that their father influenced his record, "Blurred Lines." According to TMZ, Nona and Frankie Christian Gaye filed documents yesterday (October 30th) that addressed Robin's interviews with Billboard and GQ magazine -- where he admitted that Marvin's "Got To Give It Up" was one of his favorite songs and that he wanted to replicate the record.
Nona and Frankie's lawsuit is actually a response to the lawsuit that Robin filed back in August -- where he denied that Marvin inspired his record. The Gaye suit also claims that Robin's song, "Low After War" copied the legend's hit, "After the Dance."
Marvin's kids are suing for damages, including profits from the song -- which could amount to millions because "Blurred Lines" was number one on the charts for 12-weeks.
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