Playmates Say Texas Strip Clubs Stole Their Photos

Law360, Dallas (November 17, 2016, 8:10 PM EST) -- Four models, including former Playboy playmates, sued two Texas strip clubs in state court on Wednesday for using their images in advertising without consent, in what the women say is an invasion of privacy and theft.

Plaintiffs Athena Lundberg, Rosie Jones, Tiffany Toth and Sara Underwood say Tumbleweed Entertainment LLC, which does business as Dakota's Dixie Rose Abilene, and Mink Management Corp., which does business as Dakota's Dixie Rose San Antonio, stole their images. Photos of the women taken for other modeling jobs were allegedly manipulated to make it appear they worked at the strip clubs, and were used in billboards...

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