Audemars Piquet watch company has fired off a cease and desist letter to Brandy's younger brother to block him from hawking what it calls a "full rip-off" of it's Royal Oak watch
Ray J could get into a lot of legal trouble after been accused of ripping off designs by a top Swiss watch company over the weekend.
Audemars Piquet watche company has fired off a cease and desist letter to Brandy's younger brother to block him from hawking what it calls "a full rip-off" of it's Royal Oak watch.
Meanwhile Ray J's cost only $150 and $500 depending on the design and other accessories.
According to the legal papers filed by Audemars Piquets, the watches have multiple similarities to Ray's designs - including hexagonal screws placed at the corners of an octagon face.
Their legal documents even include tweets from consumers calling out Ray J's watch as a "blatant ripoff."
Audemars gave Ray a deadline of February 3 to yank his watch off the market, but Ray J's manager, David Weintraub, tells us he's pushing forward with the release.
Looks like someone is about to get a beat down in court!