Evermore Park, located in Utah, is suing Taylor Swift for her latest album ‘Evermore‘. It is said that the park has faced damage in terms of reputation and business that adds up to more than a few million dollars in value. The singer’s album had topped the Billboard 200 when it was released, making it a blockbuster.
Evermore Park is a fantasy theme park located down near Salt Lake City. According to CNN, the lawsuit claims that the park and its CEO, Ken Bretschneider, have invested approximately 37 million dollars in the creation and promotion of the park and the Evermore trademark. Taylor Swift’s spokesperson had stated that the park had been facing financial instabilities.
“The fact is, this frivolous claim is coming from Ken Bretschneider, founder and CEO of an experience park and according to Utah Business, ‘As of June 2020, at least five lawsuits have been filed against Bretschneider and the Evermore group by major construction companies like Sunroc, AGC Drywall and Construction, Geneva Rock, Mountain Point Landscaping, EME Mechanical, Kreativ Woodworks, and NFH Distributing (Beehive Brick and Stone).’
The companies claim ‘they are owed between $28,000 and $400,000.’ Utah Business says, ‘he owes millions of dollars in construction, mechanic, and landscaping fees to workers across the valley who have yet to be paid’ … with ‘a collection of more than 20 construction liens on the Evermore property.’ The true intent of this lawsuit should be obvious,” he said in the document that was released from Swift’s side.
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