Nirvana lawsuit over ‘Nevermind’ album cover dismissed by judge


A judge has dismissed the lawsuit filed over Nirvana’s “Nevermind” album cover.

Last year, Spencer Elden filed a lawsuit against Kurt Cobain’s estate and the band’s surviving members, saying the grunge pioneers violated federal child pornography statutes and sexually exploited him.

On Monday, a judge in the U.S. District Court in Central California dismissed the case after Elden missed a deadline to file an opposition to the defendants’ motion to dismiss. The deadline was Dec. 30.

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