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The studio sued the celebrity-gossip blogger Tuesday for copyright infringement, accusing Hilton of posting a stolen topless picture of Jennifer Aniston that was shot and then swiped either during production or postproduction of 's The Break-Up. Universal City Studios Productions alleges that the shot posted on Perezhilton. The blog purveyor, whose real name is Mario Lavandeira, then disregarded a letter sent earlier this month requesting that he take down the offending footage and continued to display the racy shot, Universal states in its complaint. Hilton's legal camp is saying, however, that the picture was just as available for viewing on other Websites, and that because Hilton published the picture "for the purpose of commentary and satire," his actions constitute fair use.
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A Hollywood movie studio filed a lawsuit claiming gossip blogger Perez Hilton posted a stolen topless photograph of Jennifer Aniston on the Web. The picture was allegedly "misappropriated and illegally copied" during production or post-production of the romantic comedy hit "The Break-Up," starring the actress and Vince Vaughn, the suit said. The lawsuit, claiming copyright infringement and filed in U. District Court, said Lavandeira "posted all or parts of the stolen footage from the motion picture on his Web site.