Former owner copied one-off Wu Tang album, lawsuit says

By Jonathan Stempel
Updated June 12 2024 - 9:25am, first published 9:23am
A one-off Wu Tang album worth millions is at the centre of a lawsuit between its old and new owners. (HANDOUT/PLEASR AND THE MUSEUM OF OLD AND NEW ART)
A one-off Wu Tang album worth millions is at the centre of a lawsuit between its old and new owners. (HANDOUT/PLEASR AND THE MUSEUM OF OLD AND NEW ART)

Martin Shkreli has been sued in New York by a digital art collective that says it paid $US4.75 million for a one-of-a-kind album by the hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan, only to learn that the convicted pharmaceutical executive made copies and is releasing the music to the public.

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