Profitability of Blurred Lines revealed in trial

Murray Stassen

The Blurred Lines trial has entered its second week, with the profitability of the track being revealed to the court.

According to THR, accounting statements indicate that the 2013 hit has made $16,675,690 in profit.

The legal action was brought against the creators of Blurred Lines by Marvin Gaye’s family for similarities between the song and Gaye’s song, Got To Give It Up.

The court heard that Thicke earned $5,658,214 from the track while Williams and T.I. (aka Clifford ...

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