News that actress Catherine Zeta-Jones is suing the Spice House in Reno for using her image on its Web site was reported in newspapers worldwide on Tuesday.
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Leading the media parade was the New York Post, which made the case its lead item in its "Page Six" feature. The story quoted Spice House owner Kent Wallace and called Zeta-Jones a bully in its headline, informs Reno Gazette Journal.
According to Reuters, actress Catherine Zeta-Jones has sued a Nevada strip club for using a picture of her face to promote itself on the Web as "The Friendliest Topless Cabaret in Reno."
Zeta-Jones, who &to=http://english.pravda.ru/usa/2003/03/22/44854.html' target=_blank>won an Oscar for her role as the murderous cabaret singer Velma Kelly in "Chicago," sued The Spice House after learning that she was featured with "partially nude women engaged in various sexually explicit poses," according to the federal lawsuit filed in Los Angeles.
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