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Ariana Grande Is The Latest Celebrity To Be Sued For Posting Herself

Ariana Grande Is The Latest Celebrity To Be Sued For Posting Herself”

Cape Town - Ariana Grande has landed in hot water after sharing photos of herself.

A New-York based photographer is suing Ariana Grande after the singer used his images on social media without his permission.

In the pictures, Ariana appears to carrying a see-through bag with the word "Sweetener" - the title of her fourth studio album - imprinted on it. She has since deleted the post from her Instagram, but a similar post from three days later remains on her account.

The publication has obtained court documents relating to the case.

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According to Robert, Ariana ran photographs on her Instagram page that he captured without licensing.

Grande is the most followed woman on Instagram, with 154 million followers.

TMZ reports the photographer is looking for, 'either the profits she earned from the photos or $25k for each photo'.



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