Here's Why Ariana Grande Is Being Sued for Posting Photos of Herself

Esequiel Farfan
May 15, 2019

7 Rings artist Ariana Grande is allegedly being sued for sharing photos of herself on Instagram.

The Instagram posts in question have since been deleted, but E! reports that they featured Ariana carrying a see-through bag with the word "Sweetener" written on it. Grande shared the images on her Instagram on August 17, 2018, captioning them with "happy sweetener day", in reference to the release of the album. A screenshot of the original post was submitted in the case filing as evidence. It's unclear as to which photos Grande posted.

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The court documents state that the initial Instagram post garnered 3,392,079 likes. Barbera is asking for $25,000 per photo, or for the profits she gained from posting the photos, whichever is more.

The singer has yet to comment on the lawsuit.

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