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Dance Copyrights

In five federal lawsuits, Alfonso Ribeiro accuses Epic Games and Take-Two Interactive Software of violating copyright of his Carlton Dance in video games; Anita Redd accuses the same two companies of violating copyright of her son’s (the Backpack Kid’s) Floss dance; and Terrence Ferguson accuses Take-Two Interactive of violating copyright of his Milly Rock dance.

LOS ANGELES — In five federal lawsuits, Alfonso Ribeiro accuses Epic Games and Take-Two Interactive Software of violating copyright of his Carlton Dance in video games; Anita Redd accuses the same two companies of violating copyright of her son’s (the Backpack Kid’s) Floss dance; and Terrence Ferguson accuses Take-Two Interactive of violating copyright of his Milly Rock dance.

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