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ADDITIONAL DETAILS ON JURY'S DECISION IN RANDY ORTON TATTOO LAWSUIT, ARTIST WINS LAWSUIT BUT NOT MUCH IN WAY OF DAMAGES

By Mike Johnson on 2022-09-30 20:28:00

PWInsider.com has acquired the jury's findings regarding the Randy Orton tattoo lawsuit in relation to their usage in the WWE video game series.

The jury had three points they needed to come to an agreement on.

They were asked if the defendants (WWE, etc.) had proven the tattoos were fair use, and therefore were free and clear to be used.  The jury ruled no, agreeing that the plaintiff, tattoo artist Catherine Alexander, was right to go for damages.

They were then asked to determine the damages that Alexander was entitled to for the usage of the tattoo designs.  The jury ruled that Alexander was entitled to just $3,750.  

The jury was also asked to determine what amount of the profits for the video games, etc. were derived from the usage of Alexander's tattoo designs.  The jury ruled that amount was zero.

So, while Alexander was victorious, she did not exit with a massive monetary judgment.

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