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OFF BEAT: Photographer doesn't have Rod Stewart's back


It seems the going rate for the back of Rod Stewart’s head is $2.5 million.

Photographer Bonnie Schiffman, who has captured the likes of Michael Jackson and John Belushi, is suing Mr. Stewart, Caesars Entertainment Corp. and other parties for $2.5 million, saying they replicated a 1981 photo she took of the “Every Picture Tells a Story” singer, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday.

Ms. Schiffman said “an unmistakable copy” of the iconic photo, which features the back of Mr. Stewart’s head and shoulders, is now being used to promote his Las Vegas show and world tour, court records show.

According to records, the original image was licensed non-exclusively for the cover of his “Storyteller” album in 1989. And in 2013, Ms. Schiffman said Mr. Stewart and his handlers offered her $1,500 to feature the image on a billboard, but she turned the offer down, records show.

A spokeswoman for Caesars Entertainment told Reuters the company does not comment on pending litigation.

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