Most ridiculous lawsuits USA: Local Woman Claims Movie Studio Stole ‘Titanic’ Ideas

Princess Samantha Kennedy Says Several Of Film’s Scenes Taken From Her Book

SAN DIEGO — An Imperial Beach woman filed a federal lawsuit last Friday against Paramount Pictures, claiming several ideas used in the popular 1997 film “Titanic” were stolen from a novel she had written years earlier.

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“Titanic” is currently the second largest grossing film of all time, with more than $2 billion in worldwide revenue. The film is being re-released in 3-D in theaters April 4.

Princess Samatha Kennedy filed a 16-page handwritten lawsuit in federal court last week, detailing how James Cameron and Paramount used several of her ideas as inspiration for dozens of the film’s most famous scenes, including the scene when Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) sketched a nude Rose (Kate Winslet) in her quarters.”I’ve cried many, many times, I even got sick in the last year,” Kennedy said. “You know, I think they’ve done me wrong.”Other scenes Kennedy said were stolen include one of the first in the film, when Jack won a ticket to board the Titanic, as well as the scene when Jack and Rose made out in a car in the ship’s cargo hold ...

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