The NoFunLeague continues to pursue a bird that got a way two years ago.
During the 2012 Super Bowl Halftime Show, musician M.I.A. flashed a middle finger and the NFL is still steamed. They are suing her for $16 million.
M.I.A. didn’t get paid for her performance with Madonna, yet the NFL has wasted two years demanding $1.5 million for allegedly breaching her performance contract and “tarnishing its goodwill and reputation.”
Anyone still losing sleep because of this?
Now, according to the Hollywood Reporter, the NFL wants more:
The NFL has added an additional claim, seeking $15.1 million more in “restitution” as the alleged value of public exposure she received by appearing for an approximately two minute segment during Madonna’s performance. The figure is based on what advertisers would have paid for ads during this time.
Now, I’m no lawyer, but I’ve hired a few, watch Judge Judy with Nana every third Thursday and I believe the appropriate response to this bit of legal mumbo jumbo is this: