Court ORDERS Netflix to take down Umbrella Academy

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Court ORDERS Netflix

to take down Umbrella Academy

By D.E. Alexander Chief Editor 247 News

 

 

An international court has ORDERED Netflix to take down it’s #1 TV Series Umbrella Academy due to serious copyright infringement violations of the book series The Super 7.

It was written by Dr. Sol Adoni aka SOLLOG in the 1990’s and published by Adoni Publishing as both a short story and later a book series.

The author of the comic book series Gerard Way the lead singer of My Chemical Romance and according to the complaint, he used to hang out in the offices of Adoni Publishing in the 1990’s in Belleville NJ. He copied the story lines of The Super 7 in 2007 by using the story lines in a comic book and then Netflix created a TV series in 2019. It is the #1 TV Series the past 3 years on Netflix.

Here is the Court Order against Netflix stating they will be fined $100 Million for every day they do not comply with the Emergency TRO.

https://supremecourt.nationofone.org/court/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/2022-0601-07-emergencytro.pdf

The court has warned Netflix they will fine Netflix for contempt $100 Million per day if they don’t obey the TRO.

 

 

 

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