Selena Gomez is suing a gaming company, here's why!

Selena Gomez is taking legal action against a video game company after they allegedly used her name, image and likeness for profit without her permission. According to court documents obtained by E! News, the pop star is suing the software and technology firms who created the app Clothes Forever – Styling Game. She argues she didn't give permission for the creators to use her name, image or likeness in any regard. Moreover, she believes the game threatens her reputation since it is a "bug-riddled" app that charges users. To prove her point, her legal team included a less than stellar review a user posted. In a statement, her lawyer told E!, "Selena Gomez's career as a model, actress, musician, and entrepreneur has made Selena a household name. Forgame, Mutanbox and these other fly-by-night videogame developers have attempted to profit off of Selena's signature look by misappropriating her likeness and inviting players to style Selena without her consent." In the filing, she asks to be granted damages for the "intentional and despicable misappropriation" of her public stature, a share of any profit made and for the company to cease their alleged illegal activity.