2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party, Arrivals, Beverly Hills, California, U.S., 04/03/2018 Singer Miley Cyrus and actor Liam Hemsworth. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok/File Photo
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Flourgon, whose real name is Michael May, is seeking $300 million from Cyrus, her label Sony Music and her team of songwriters and musicians, a highly ambitious sum that is more than the pop star's estimated net worth.Flourgon said Cyrus built her career off the single, noting that it came out around the time that the former star of the Disney series "Hannah Montana" was adopting an edgier, more sexualized public persona.A judge recently rejected a lawsuit revolving around lyrics against Taylor Swift, saying that the words in her song "Shake It Off" were too banal for copyright infringement.
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