Alfonso Ribeiro, serial star in the early 90's The fresh prince Bel-Air was one of the plaintiffs who argued for the epic money part. Ribeiro argued that he was the creator of Carlton Dance, a dull way that Epic sold as an air Fortnite – no doubt "Fresh" – inside the game. Unfortunately, the documents disclosed in Hollywood Reporter show that Ribeiro's application for copyright to his authority was rejected. just "ordinary dance routine". This goes beyond the protection of the copyright law (s1
. Which meant that if the dance was copyrighted (which is not so), NBC, not Ribiero, will be the owner.Now, while the trial has not been thrown (so far), it does not sound too good for the actor, or for someone else who is trying to Take an epic episode of an unexpected epic episode Request for a different lawsuit filed by Millie Miller to be thrown in. Kotaku reports that the company claims that the allegedly violated emotion is too short for copyright protection, as mentioned above, and Epic adds that the Swipe It dance differs from Milly Rock to avoid a violation, although fans say they are very similar. The court remains to determine the validity of this position, but it is interesting to see what a new precedent will be created.