One Direction’s prolongation association sued over Drag Me Down …
September 10, 2017 - one direction
Sophie Inge For Mailonline
A songwriter is perfectionist indemnification after claiming that One Direction ripped off one of his songs.
Amir Shaheed-Edwards – who performs underneath a name Bravo – alleges that a child band’s 2015 strike Drag Me Down is ‘essentially identical’ to his strain All My Life, that he claims to have expelled on SoundCloud that same year.
He is now suing a band’s prolongation association Syco Entertainment, though does not give examples of how a songs are similar.
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Lawsuit: The government association for One Direction – that includes (L-R) Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Harry Styles – has been sued by a songwriter, who claims that their strike strain Drag Me Down was a fraud of one of his tracks
As good as seeking for damages, a thespian has demanded that a association stops offered a song, TMZ reported.
MailOnline has contacted member for Syco Entertainment and One Direction for comment.
The news comes as rope member Louis Tomlinson reported a array of genocide threats.
The 25-year-old thespian is pronounced to have handed a intimidating messages over to a Los Angeles Police Department after he was reportedly warned his family would be skinned and incited into ‘bed sheets’.
Dragged down: Amir Shaheed-Edwards – who performs underneath a name Bravo – claims that a child band’s 2015 strike Drag Me Down is ‘essentially identical’ to his strain All My Life
The One Direction star – who has 19-month-old son Freddie with his ex-girlfriend Briana Jungwirth – initial started receiving a intolerable calm messages and racy images by WhatsApp, according to Gossip Cop, that also claims a abuse was being sent from 3 apart numbers.
One of a messages reportedly read: ‘Louis I’ll skin your whole family including we and spin y’all into bedsheets, sham cases, and a black distance blanket.’ [sic]
It is claimed that Louis responded to one of a descent messages in a bid to daunt a sender, though it didn’t make any disproportion and a chart-topping star subsequently opted to take a emanate to a police.
Singing their heart out: Amir Shaheed-Edwards is now allegedly suing a band’s prolongation association Syco Entertainment, though does not give examples of how a songs are similar
Louis and his profession Blair Berk are pronounced to have met with officers in chairman to plead a violent messages, with a thespian reportedly desiring a womanlike American between a age of 18 and 25 is behind them.
This comes shortly after Louis insisted he won’t vigour his son to follow him into showbusiness.
The thespian – who has found solo success with his singles Just Hold On and Back To You – pronounced Freddie can do whatever he wants when he gets older.
Throwback: The cocktail heart-throbs, including former member Zayn Malik, behaving on a X Factor in 2012
Louis reflected: ‘Those decisions are down to him when he’s aged enough. He can do whatever he wants.’
Meanwhile, Louis suggested that while he never dictated to have a baby with his ex-girlfriend, he considers fatherhood to be a ‘blessing’.
He shared: ‘I wouldn’t have done this preference if someone asked me on a day. But appreciate God that a preference was done for me since it’s only a blessing to be this age and to be means to have a child.’
Trajectory: Since appearing on The X Factor, a singers became a hugely successful band, before embarking on solo careers
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