Fab Flash: Woody Allen Sues American Apparel


American Apparel has faced no shortage of controversy, and it looks like they're not turning over a new leaf just yet.

The clothing company has been sued for $10 million by director Woody Allen, who claims AA used his image on billboards and the Internet without his consent. The ads, which went up in May 2007, depict Allen as a rabbi, a shot which the lawsuit alleges American Apparel ripped off from Allen's 1977 movie Annie Hall.

American Apparel, like Abercrombie & Fitch, is well-known for their provocative advertising, mostly involving women in suggestive poses. Do you think this takes it to a new level?

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