'Girls Gone Wild' Case in Georgia Court

8:03 AM, Nov 5, 2012   |    comments
Girls Gone Wild CEO Joe Francis with Kim Kardashian, at the Girls Gone Wild Magazine Launch party held at Area Nightclub on April 22, 2008 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
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ATLANTA -- A federal judge has asked the state's high court to clarify parts of Georgia law in a case involving a woman who was 14 when she exposed her breasts during spring break in Florida to a man with a video camera who later sold the clip for use in a provocative women's video series.

The high court is set to hear arguments in the case Monday.

Lindsey Bullard sued video producers in 2004 after her bare-breasted image appeared in a "Girls Gone Wild" video. Bullard, who's now 26, is seeking damages for the alleged unauthorized use of her image.

A federal judge has said it's unclear under Georgia law whether Bullard has a viable claim. The federal judge has asked the Georgia Supreme Court to answer questions on Georgia law.

(Associated Press/11alive.com)

 

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