Dua Lipa sued for putting paparazzi photo of herself on Instagram

According to US court documents, the star was snapped queuing at an airport in February 2019 and later shared the shot with her fans "without permission or authorisation".

Integral Images says Lipa profited from the photo, as her Instagram feed acts as a marketing tool for her music.

It is seeking $150,000 (£108,000) damages and has asked for a jury trial.

The company is also asking for an order preventing the singer from further acts of infringement, as well as legal costs.

Mariah Carey sued by sister Alison over 'vindictive' book

In her complaint, Alison Carey referred to claims in the book that she gave 12-year-old Mariah Valium, tried to pimp her out and threw boiling tea on her.

Alison denied the claims, saying Mariah "presented no evidence to substantiate these serious allegations".

The pop star published The Meaning of Mariah Carey in September.

Alison, who was 20 at the time the alleged events took place, filed her two-page legal complaint at New York Supreme Court on Monday.

It said the "outrageous" material in Mariah's book was meant to "humiliate and embarrass" her sister.

Fan sues Kanye West, Jay Z's Tidal over 'Pablo' album

In a proposed class action lawsuit filed in San Francisco federal court, Justin Baker-Rhett said he signed up for the US$9.99 a month Tidal service after West tweeted on February 15 that "Pablo" would never be sold anywhere else.

Justin Timberlake reportedly being sued over second song

Earlier this year, Timberlake was slapped with another lawsuit in which it was alleged his hit Suit and Tie, a collaboration with Jay-Z, had wrongfully sampled a song called Sho' Nuff, by 70s R&B group Sly, Slick and Wicked. 

Timberlake had permission to use the track, but it's alleged he also used the group's vocal which they hadn't agreed to.