Kanye West and Kim Karadashian sued Chad Hurley, co-founder of YouTube, after seeing his video of West’s 2013 proposal to his now-wife at San Francisco’s AT&T Park.
Hurley is also the founder of MixBit, a mobile-driven video website, which is where he posted the engagement video. The lawsuit claims he manipulated his way into the venue and signed a confidentiality agreement.
Hurley fought the initial lawsuit in appeals court, saying he was misinformed about signing the agreement. The couple demanded $6,000 in legal fees from Hurley for dragging the case along. This year, the suit was allowed to proceed after Hurley lost in a court of appeals.
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