After it was reported this week that Taylor Swift is taking action against a radio DJ for "groping" her, it seems the singer now has another lawsuit to fight.
TMZ reports that Ms Swift is being sued by a man who says she stole his lyrics.
Songwriter Jessie Braham says Taylor's hit song, Shake It Off, "borrows heavily" from a song he wrote in 2013 called, Haters Gone Hate.
Jessie says his lyrics are "Haters gone hater, playas gone play. Watch out for them fakers, they'll fake you everyday." The issue, as he sees it, is that she repeats the first part of that phrase 70-times in her song, and that's a serious problem for him.
Now, we're no legal eagles, but it seems like a flimsy claim at best and a bit embassarring.
And even more embarrassing is what Jessie is asking in the lawsuit; Mr Braham is seeking $42 million dollars (€38m) and his name added to any new prints of the song.
But all this doesn't seem to be bothering Taylor because she had an EPIC show in Florida last night.
Here's the tune he thinks is SO like Taylor's (LOL):