Jennifer Lopez Dragged Into Lady Gaga's 'Judas' Plagiarism Lawsuit

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It seems that Jennifer Lopez has been dragged into Lady Gaga's lawsuit regarding alleged plagiarism. The claims suggest that Gaga ripped off some of Rebecca Francescatti song ‘Juda’ and used it in her own song ‘Judas’.

Lady Gaga, real name Stefani Joanne Germanotta, who has co-produced songs for Lopez in the past, is being criticised by Francescatti’s lawyer.

Jennifer Lopez Dragged Into Lady Gaga's 'Judas' Plagiarism Lawsuit

Lady Gaga in London (WENN)

Francescatti claimed in court recently that Gaga has also used an unlicensed sample of ‘Juda’ in Lopez’s song ‘Invading My Mind’.

According to The Chicago Tribune Francescatti’s lawyer is also dismissing Gaga’s credit on Lopez’s song, saying that she did no work on the track.

There is also proof in text messages between Gaga and producer Red One, to support Francescatti’s claim, which proves that they both stole the sample loop.

The motion was filed in 2011 by Rebecca Francescatti, who performs under the name Rebecca F, and there was a hearing in December 2012 on this issue.

Gaga’s lawyers have asked that the judge keeps the courtroom transcript involving both pop singers private, as both parties agreed to confidentiality.

Both performers worked with recording engineer Brian Gaynor who is also being sued.

Earlier this week, it was also revealed that Gaga's producer Teddy Riley was suing his own daughter for claiming a writing credit on the singer's track 'Teeth,' which he claims he produced.

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