After 'Bama Threats, LeBron Hit With Suit Over 'Shop' Show

By Bill Donahue (April 17, 2018, 8:30 PM EDT) -- Weeks after LeBron James threatened to sue the University of Alabama for allegedly copying his barbershop talk show, the owners of a Detroit barbershop on Monday claimed it is the NBA superstar who ripped off the concept from them.

In a trademark lawsuit, The Social Club Grooming Co. says James' production company lifted "The Shop" directly from "Shop Talk," a highly similar web series featuring conversations with guests while they get their hair cut.

"Just as 'Shop Talk' had gained momentum from a successful launch, Uninterrupted and its cadre of associates — including LeBron James — stole this concept … for...

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