Scarlett Johansson’s lawyer orders AI app to stop using her likeness

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Attorneys, assemble! Scarlett Johansson has taken legal action after an artificial intelligence app circulated a since-deleted ad using the Marvel star’s likeness without permission. Kevin Yorn took action on behalf of the Oscar nominee, 38, who is not a spokeswoman for the app in question, Lisa AI: 90s Yearbook & Avatar, Variety reports. “We do not take these things lightly. Per our usual course of action in these circumstances, we will deal with it with all legal remedies that we will have,” Yorn told the outlet. While footage of the genuine Johansson is featured in the ad — from an old Omaz…

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