Bruce Willis to Fight Apple Over Rights to His iTunes Music Collection?
3:22 pm, September 3rd, 2012
Bruce Willis is “considering legal action against Apple in [a] battle over who owns songs downloaded from iTunes,” claims the Daily Mail.
According to the British tabloid, the “Die Hard” star “has discovered that, like anyone who has bought music online, he does not actually own the tracks but is instead ‘borrowing’ them under a license.”
The problem with that, says the Daily Mail, is Willis allegedly wants “to leave his digital music collection to his daughters.”
The actor has “spent thousands of dollars downloading music on to ‘many, many iPods,’ [and] is keen to be able to hand it on legitimately to daughters Rumer, Scout and Tallaluh,” claims the paper.
The Daily Mail goes on to allege that Willis now may “ask his legal team to establish family trusts as the ‘holders’ of his downloaded music,” or may even “support ongoing legal action in five U.S. states to give downloaders more rights to do what they want with their music.”
Uh, not exactly.
Willis is NOT planning to fight Apple over his iTunes music collection.
“It’s not a true story,” his wife, Emma Heming-Willis, wrote on Twitter Monday.
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