Madonna And Guy Ritchie Steal Script For New Film "Rock N Rolla"
July 2, 2007, Miami, Florida - After being sued by Vincent D’Onofrio for stealing the remake proposal for what became the box office bomb “Swept Away,” Guy Ritchie and Madonna have stolen another copyrighted script.
In 2005, Madonna and her associates, among them her husband Guy Ritchie, were sued in federal court by indie singer/writer/director Aisha for copyright infringement, invasion of privacy and civil rights violations. The case was filed with the Supreme Court in April of this year (case no. 06-1389). A human rights abuse complaint is also being filed with the United Nations.
However, this has not stopped Madonna and Ritchie from continuing to steal from Aisha’s vast Copyrighted Catalog in an unconscionable manner.
Aisha’s multi-billion dollar valued copyrighted catalog contains 9,000 songs, 300 movie scripts and short stories, 15 book manuscripts, 200 music video treatments, 500 photographs, 150 photo treatments, a perfume line and clothing line.
Madonna and her associates gained illegal access to the Copyrighted Catalog and have been using items from it without permission or payment, in blatant violation of domestic an international law. Two forensic companies confirmed in writing how they gained unlawful access to it.
Announced via press release last week, Guy Ritchie’s latest project, in conjunction with his wife, titled “Rock N Rolla” is a direct rip off of an unreleased script Aisha copyrighted and registered the name for 4 years ago. These registrations predate Ritchie’s rip off by 4 years.
This is not the first time Guy Ritchie in collusion with his wife have stolen copyrighted works from Aisha’s Catalog.
Several months ago, in blatant violation of Jamaican law and United Nations treaties, Madonna and Guy Ritchie stole one of Aisha’s copyrighted scripts about her homeland Jamaica and where she currently lives, Miami, and attempted to go out to the island nation to film it.
He and Madonna contracted Jamaicans for the project and did not tell them the criminal means by which he and his wife procured the script and that it was stolen from a Jamaican as well.
When Aisha put out a press release read by many, about their misconduct involving her homeland, Ritchie quickly withdrew his name from the project and it disappeared from his IMDB page.
Still determined to unlawfully use items from Aisha’s copyrights, in violation of international law, Ritchie and Madonna have illegally set their sights on another script in Aisha’s catalog, opting to illegally film it in London, in violation of British law as well.
Ritchie and Madonna will be additionally sued over “Rock N Rolla.” The film is being produced and released by Joel Silver, Steve Clark-Hall and Susan Downey and Warner, Madonna’s label’s namesake and affiliate, who have also illegally helped themselves to items from Aisha’s Catalog in violation of international law. Warner was named as a defendant in the 2005 federal lawsuit and Supreme Court case as well.
I like to think she was inspired by Aisha, sorta like my inspiration in naming my blog...