The damages detailed in the complaint include:
* An economic loss associated with the 5 million likes that the plaintiff had accumulated on he Facebook page dedicated to the show The Game. Based on a study by Vitrue, the complaint puts the value of the likes at about $1.2 million. The plaintiff alleges that BET interfered with the operation of her fan Facebook page.
*$2,000 to $3,000 per week income from third party from website traffic generated from her Facebook page dedicated to the show
*$300 to $500 per post (10-20 post per week) income from third party from post about the show and her Facebook page dedicated to the show.
*Google AdSense revenue
The complaint detailing the allegations filed in U.S. District court in the Southern District of Florida, Case No: 0:13-cv-61582 can be accessed here: mattocks v BET
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