Bob Kulick accuses Bruce Kulick, Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons of copyright infringement
The rift between Bob Kulick and his brother Bruce Kulick along with KISS founders Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley continues with the former accusing the trio along with KISS manager Doc McGhee and the band’s long-time helper Keith Leroux of copyright infringement.
The following message was posted on Bob Kulick‘s Facebook page earlier today:
“So sad and with a heavy heart , I am compelled to post these photos and share this with all of you …especially you KISS FANS
The photos below are merchandise items currently being sold by KISS ARMY MERCHANDISE with permission from MY BROTHER BRUCE KULICK only
I have NOT given permission for this and have not been accounted to or paid for merchandise SOLD bearing my name and photos with my likeness
This is called COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT and an indication to all of you as to where my back stabbing Brother Bruce is in all this !
Disgraceful , uncalled for and a situation that will be answered in time !
The culprits are
Bruce Kulick ( who now has a restraining order against me )
Please be advised that these “people “ are dishonorable and dishonest …..not like the HONORABLE artists that I Produced like Ronnie James Dio and Lemmy
These are people who will lie cheat and steal just for the all mighty dollar
Shame on all of YOU !!!
These people are so pathetic that I had to give them $750.00 to start the merchandise operation and now they refuse to pay or acknowledge me”