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5
Jul
2015

(EXCLUSIVE) David Guetta Slapped With $6 Million Dollar Lawsuit, Accused of Stealing Music for #1 Song

Written by thejasminebrand in Blog
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He says that David Guetta’s 2014 hit song “Dangerous” featuring the vocals of Sam Martin is a rip off of his track from the 80’s. He explains that Guetta never got permission from him to use his music and due to his song theft, the DJ has made millions of dollars for the song making it to #1 on the charts.

The musician says not only did Guetta make money from the sales of his record, but he gained notoriety, fame and business opportunities from it. He points out Guetta’s track was featured in a T-Mobile advertisement.

David, John Legend

David, John Legend

Dudek is also fuming that the song “Dangerous” was registered to other writers including Guetta,  when he says his song is identical to the DJ’s song including the written version.

The man is suing for $6 million dollars in damages for the song theft and demanding the court order an injunction against Guetta from continuing to distribute and profit the track.

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