MGA Entertainment has slapped Lady Gaga with a $10 million lawsuit centered around an alleged deal with the pop superstar to create a dolls made in her likeness. The company claims that Gaga and her management made the request to remove a voice chip from the dolls, preventing them from being released on schedule.
MGA officials say Gaga also requested that the doll's facial features look more "supermodel-like" after viewing the first cast of the doll, but reportedly loved the shape of her body.
"Think a prettier version of Gaga. Thin out the cheeks and sharpen the jawline. Give her more of a cat-eye and sexier, poutier lips."
On April 23rd the company faced another setback when Gaga requested that MGA delay the released to coincide with her perfume and album release, despite contracts with distributors.
MGA is now fighting to release the doll as-is and want $10 million in compensation for lost revenue in the process.