Computer Giant to sue Gwyneth Paltrow
By our IT consultant, Miranda S Givings
|The Law Firm of Rookham & Legitte announced today that a lawsuit has been filed in the US District Court for Northern California on behalf of computer manufacturer, Nipple Inc, against the award-winning US actress, Gwyneth Paltrow|
A spokestypeperson for the court told Utterpants that a temporary restraining order was issued this morning to compel Gwyneth Paltrow to stop using the name 'Apple'. Bouncing baby, 'Apple Lisa Macintosh' was born to the award-winning actress in a London hospital last month as we reported earlier.
Computer manufacturer, Nipple Inc, are said to be 'furious' over Paltrow's claims that her one-month-old daughter can process information 'a damn sight faster than any Nipple computer'.
Nipple's case rests on three separate complaints:
Professor Stefan Wozniak, of the University of Wroclaw, who assisted
in the birth of Gwyneth Paltrow's supercomputer last month, was scathing
in his dismissal of Nipple's lawsuit when we spoke to him today. "Steve
Jobsworth hasn't got a leg to stand on and he knows it," began
the bearded cyberneticist. "Independent tests clearly show that
his flaky computers are no match for Apple Paltrow when it comes to
real world tasks."
"Astonishing. So does that mean Nipple will lose the case?"
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