A wedding planner company tried to sell 'Blue Ivy' rights to Bejoncé for $10 million
Since 2012 Beyoncé and her husband Jay- Z have been trying to register their daughter's name but have had some issues with a wedding planner who blocked their request opposing and attempting to sell them their rights back for a whopping $10 million.
Lawyers of both sides claimed that a meeting was set up between the two parties in order to try and reach a settlement, but the meeting became a 'business proposal', as Mrs Morales' lawyer talked about the situation as an opportunity for a business relationship rather than an adversarial proceeding. The wedding planner is even said to have put together a Power Point presentation stating why Beyoncé should have bought her wedding planning business, along with the Blue Ivy trademark.
Beyoncé's legal team are now thought to be demanding the presentation be handed over as evidence that Morales' trademark opposition is purely a money-making scheme.