A group of Satanists is suing Netflix and Warner Bros for 50 million US dollars (£38 million) over the depiction of a goat-headed statue in one their television shows.
A Satanic Temple in America is suing Netflix and Warner Bros. over its inclusion of the goat-headed statue of Baphomet in their new drama series.
The Satanic Temple has followed up its threats by filing a copyright lawsuit against Netflix’s Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina for $50 million (£38m). The political and religious organisation previously threatened...
The Satanic Temple claims series' alleged use of the statue implies it "stands for evil."
In its complaint, The Satanic Temple also objected that the evil antagonists in Sabrina were depicted in a manner "in stark contrast to TST's tenets and beliefs."
The Satanic Temple is suing the makers of TV series
Netflix and Warner Bros allegedly copied the Satanic Temple's statue of the goat deity Baphomet in the programme which appears in four episodes of the series
The Satanic Temple sued Netflix Inc and Warner Bros Entertainment on Thursday, seeking more than US$50 million (£38.3 million) for their alleged ...
The Satanic Temple has used the statue to protest for freedom of religion. Now, it says the media giants have lifted its copyrighted design for a depiction of evil in the streaming series.
The group claims the show ripped off its statue of the goat deity Baphomet.
The Satanic Temple made good on its threat to sue Netflix and Warner Bros.
Netflix has bigger problems than ratings and how much "Iron Fist" sucked — they've now been sued by the Satanic Temple for a whopping $150 million.