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Legal actions have been taken by Three Ten Merchandising Services, Beyonce and Jay-Z’s On The Run II tour licensing company.
The action is being taken against bootleggers who sell fake merchandise outside of their shows. There has been a restraining order against these people for their upcoming show in Boston. The document asked authorities to be granted the right to immediately seize any bootlegged OTRII merchandise. If separate civil lawsuits had to be filed against the offenders, it would have costed an estimated $450,000 in legal fees. With the restraining order, it prevents the company from filing separate lawsuits.
Other high-profile artists have also obtained similar orders such as Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, and P!nk. Queen Bey and Jay-Z started their North American leg on July 25th and will continue until October 4th.
The duo has been on tour in Europe and now returned to United States for the North American leg of the tour. Click here to purchase tickets and see dates below.
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