DOLL COMPANY SUES LADY GAGA
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NEW YORK (AP) -- The company that makes Bratz dolls is suing Lady Gaga for more than $10 million for allegedly standing of the way of making Lady Gaga dolls. MGA Entertainment says the dolls would have clothes based on Lady Gaga's costumes and they would sing her music. MGA wanted the dolls out by fall, but it says her merchandise company, Bravado International, tried to push it for next year. MGA says that could cost them $28 million. A representative for Lady Gaga says it's a matter between Bravado and MGA, while Bravado calls the lawsuit "meritless." Among the options discussed for the dolls was one whose head came off to reveal a bloody stump.