Lady Gaga sued for $10 million by MGA Entertainment

Another day, another lawsuit for pop monster Lady Gaga. Gaga, 25, is being sued by MGA Entertainment for $10 million after she allegedly delayed production on a doll with her likeness.

MGA planned to release the doll in time for the Christmas rush but Gaga demanded that the voice chip be removed. This request pushed the doll’s release back to 2013 to coincide with the debuts of her new album and perfume.

MGA gave Bravado International, Gaga’s licensing company an $1 million advance to create a doll that resembled the pop singer. MGA spared no expense “because Lady Gaga is not only an A-list celebrity, but one of the few elite recording artists working today.”

The doll was allegedly supposed to have a removable head that revealed a bloody stump, a feature that falls in line with Gaga’s outrageous image.

There is no word yet on whether or not this lawsuit will permanently delay the release of the doll.

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Brittany Tenpenny has wanted to be a writer for as long as she could remember. Aside from brief fantasies of pop stardom and becoming the female Indiana Jones, Brittany was dead set on writing. She pursued her dream all through her academic career, becoming a staff writer for "The Argo" at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey where she graduated at the top of her class with a Bachelors of Arts in Communications. Last year, Brittany's fictional pieces were published in the e-book "A Calm Whisper."

Brittany is now a graduate student at Rowan University and is currently working on a novel.