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'American Idol' creator Simon Fuller's attorney has responded
sharply to Simon Cowell's criticism on Fuller's lawsuit over the US
version of 'The X Factor'. Dale Kinsella has said that the former
American Idol judge should keep his legal opinions to himself as he
does not understand legal pleadings.
In an interview with THR, Simon Cowell, who was a judge on
American Idol for nine seasons, had said that Simon Fuller had no
right to demand an executive producer credit and fee on his singing
competition US 'X Factor'. “It"s like me saying I want to be
executive producer on The Voice or Project Runway," THR quotes
Cowell as saying.
However, Simon Fuller has filed the multi-million dollar lawsuit
against Fox and producer Fremantle. His lead lawyer Dale Kinsella
made strong reaction against Cowell's comments. He said, “Mr.
Cowell would be better served reading scripts than legal pleadings
and documents he clearly does not understand."