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Katy Perry and Her Label Must Pay $2.78 Million In 'Dark Horse' Lawsuit, Jury Decides


A jury has decided that Katy Perry, her label and her "Dark Horse" collaborators are responsible for more than $2 million in damages for infringing on copyright held by of Christian rapper Flame, The Associated Press reports. Earlier this week, Perry lost a court battle with the rapper over her 2013 song, which he claimed stole from his earlier track "Joyful Noise."

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