Attorneys for former President Donald Trump sent a cease-and-desist letter Sept. 30 to the Apple social media app 2nd1st for using his likeness, image, and fictional use of its system to gain new subscribers.
According to a New York Post report, the app used the former president to try to entice people to pay about $5 per week to use the ”free speech” social network application.
The letter said the application, developed by a company identified as Howly Inc., of Wichita, Kansas, was using Trump’s name, image and likeness ”in violation of numerous state and federal laws governing misappropriation and right of publicity.”
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