Bruce Lee’s daughter Shannon Lee has sued Chinese fast-food chain Real Kungfu for using her father’s image for its business and sought approximately $30 million in compensation.
Shannon Lee has sued Chinese fast-food chain Real Kungfu for using her father Bruce Lee’s image and sought approximately $30 million in compensation.
According to Real Kungfu, the company has been using the logo since 2004 and is preparing to answer.
The Radiichina reports, Shannon Lee has asked that the chain stop using her father’s image, clarify that it has no connection to Bruce Lee for 90 consecutive days, and pay 210 million RMB in damages (30 million USD).
The image is that of a dark-haired bloke in a kung fu posture who looks like Bruce Lee.
She is President of the Bruce Lee Foundation. She was the executive producer of the 2008 television series The Legend of Bruce Lee, based on her father’s life, and the 2009 documentary Film How Bruce Lee Changed the World.
Bruce Lee was a Hong Kong-American actor, director, martial artist, martial arts instructor, and philosopher.