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Homeless Ossining Man Sues Rapper Eminem

A lawsuit against hip-hop artist Eminem has been filed in connection with the rap artist's 2011 Chrysler commercial.

A homeless Ossining man is suing hip-hop artist Eminem for $9 million, according to AllHipHop.com. The website says plaintiff Stephen Lee Pieck was in White Plain's Legal Seafood restaurant with Christina Aguilera and her husband on September 9, 2010. Pieck claims that while they were there, Aguilera handed him a phone that had rapper Eminem on the line. Pieck, who lists his address in the suit as "homeless," says he then gave Eminem the idea for his "Born of Fire" Chrysler commercial, which premiered during last year's Super Bowl. Pieck has filed his lawsuit in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Click here to see the handwritten lawsuit PDF files on AllHipHop.com

To see the Eminem video "Born of Fire" click here

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Rarity February 04, 2012 at 06:23 AM
You got to love the court system. It's a welcomed changed from the patent lawsuits at Cupertino.

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