Said the man who claimed that the band Nirvana used his baby photo on the cover of one of the rock band's most acclaimed albums without his permission "never mind" to his trial?
Maybe. A U.S. District Court judge rejected the lawsuit on Monday because the plaintiff did not file an opposition to the band & # 39 ;s estate motion to dismiss the lawsuit, arguing that Spencer Elden had "had three decades to earn his celebrity as the suicidal" Nirvana. Baby & # 39; " on the cover of Nirvana's album "Nevermind", reported the magazine SPIN.
In addition to Mr. The fire – which famously has the word "Nevermind" tattooed on its chest ̵
"The fire's claim that the photograph on the & # 39; Nevermind & # 39; album cover is" child pornography "is, in the face, not serious," the band's report states. "A brief examination of the photograph, or Elden's own behavior (not to mention the photograph's presence in the homes of millions of Americans who, according to Elden's theory, are guilty of gross possession of child pornography) makes it clear."
Mr. . The fire has until January 13 to complete its trial.