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Religious group sues Leps for “antisocial behavior”

The religious group “Brotherhood of Morozov-Zlatoust” filed a statement with the Khamovnichesky Court of Moscow against the singer Grigory Leps. The community demanded that the performer pay 10 million rubles for “promoting antisocial behavior.” About it reports RIA Novosti with reference to the court’s report.

“The Khamovnichesky District Court of Moscow received a statement of claim from a member of the religious group “Morozov-Zlatoust Brotherhood” – A.I. Morozov. to Lepsveridze G.V. (known as Grigory Leps) and Google LLC. The court scheduled a hearing on the claim for November 3,” the court said.

According to the plaintiff, Leps promotes antisocial behavior on YouTube channels and receives income from such behavior. The group “Brotherhood of Morozov-Zlatoust” considers such actions offensive, which is why it asks to recover 10 million rubles from the defendants in the form of compensation for moral damage, and also to oblige Leps to “read the court decision in this case seven times out loud and with expression on YouTube channels “

Earlier, director Leps called the online music service Spotify “an enemy platform.”

Source: Rambler

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