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Ann Kirsten Kennis settles with Vampire Weekend

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Model Ann Kirsten Kennis asked a federal court in Los Angeles to dismiss the case, after she reached a settlement with Vampire Weekend and its label, XL Records. Details of the settlement were not disclosed. The case was dismissed yesterday by court order.

Kennis sued in 2010 after photographer Tod Brody licensed a Polaroid image of Kennis for use on the cover of the band’s Contra album. The band also used the image to promote its Contra tour.

Brody allegedly provided the image–which was shot in the 1980s– to Vampire Weekend with a forged model release. According to court papers, he was paid $5,000 for the image license. It is unclear who shot the image, or how Brody obtained it.” [Photo District News] (via)

The article goes on to say that the case between Vampire Weekend the photographer is still open.

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