Yoko OnoReturns to war with her late husband’s former aide John Lennon, Even though they were ordered to knock it out almost 20 years ago, the guy is trying to profit from them again.
According to a new lawsuit – obtained by TMZ – Yoko believes Frederick Seaman When he sat down for a 23-minute interview “surrounded by Lennon monuments” and discussed topics he claimed were legally prohibited, he blatantly violated the court order … just like his old book about John.
Yoko and Frederick have been going to court for decades. He claims Frederick was guilty of stealing Lennon’s newspapers in 1983, but had to be dragged back to court in the late ’90s.
Eventually, when Yoko ordered Seaman to stop using their family photos in 2002, he ordered Lennon’s legacy to profit, and he apologized to him in open court … so it seemed settled.
Ono says he’s back now, and Seaman’s latest interview on September 10 proves it. Yoko claims to have violated this order by talking again about his employment with John and Yoko, John’s murder, and worse … ‘The Last Days of John Lennon’, written in 1991.
Ono says Seaman discussed his intention to edit and republish an expanded edition of his book, which he said was “deliberately and intentionally violating” an order issued against him in 2002.
Yoko sues Seaman for copyright infringement for family photos and contract, and wants at least k 150g with other damages … and Seaman should stop talking about her and his family.