Actress Demi Moore has filed a lawsuit against Australian publisher Pacific Magazines for printing unauthorised pictures of a private party hosted by her.
The Flawless star was reportedly seeking unspecified damages in the case filed in Melbourne’s Federal Court over pictures taken at an Oscars bash in Los Angeles last year.
Moore alleged that New Idea, a weekly magazine, had breached the copyright after publishing unauthorised snaps of celebrities, including herself, daughter Rumer Willis, Diddy, and Cameron Diaz in its March edition, reports the Daily Telegraph.
Closed-door negotiations on whether a settlement in the case can be agreed upon were suggested to begin between her lawyers and the magazine next month.
It was predicted that the magazine would argue it bought the now disputed photos legally and was entitled to make use of them.