A Florida woman was sued by Luke Combs's camp for copyright infringement for making artist-themed tumblers and T-shirts. And now, according to Florida NBC affiliate WFLA, Nicol Harness has been ordered by a judge to pay Luke $250,000.
But the story doesn't stop there. Luke had no idea about the lawsuit and just found out about it this morning (December 13th) -- and is taking action. In a post on Instagram, he explained that the law exists to prevent large companies from making millions by illegally mass-producing counterfeit merchandise and that Nicole had been wrapped into that. He goes on to say that he has spoken to the woman, who suffers from congestive heart failure, and apologized, but is sending her $11,000 to cover the money she is unable to access from Amazon.
And fans, keep watching. Luke has also promised he is making his own tumbler and its bound to be a good one.
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