concert.jpgIPNews® – Marlon Brando’s estate is facing a lawsuit demanding that it live up to its agreements under a contract made earlier this year to grant the use of the late actor’s rights of publicity and likeness to Madonna for her 2012 world tour.

The estate previously agreed to license the rights for $3,750, as it previously had for Madonna’s use of Brando’s image during her 2012 Superbowl halftime show, but later started demanding $20,000, in violation of the original deal, according to celebrity licensing agency CMG Worldwide Inc.’s complaint. The lawsuit was sent from Indiana state court to federal court last week. To continue reading, click: Brando Estate Sued Over Likeness Rights For Madonna Tour