Pop star Ariana Grande has a grand problem with Forever 21.
On Monday, the singer filed a lawsuit against the clothing company and the spin-off beauty brand Riley Rose.
Grande alleges Forever 21 stole her name, likeness and other intellectual property to promote the brands for free.
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According to Grande's lawsuit, Forever 21 wanted an endorsement deal, but Grande's team rejected the deal because the company was unwilling "to pay fair market value for a celebrity of Ms. Grande's stature."
They also allege Forever 21 used images of a look-alike model to make it look like Grande endorsed the brand.
Grande wants $10 million for the various alleged offenses including copyright infringement and common law trademark infringement.
Ariana Grande sues Forever 21 for $10M over ad campaign