Heather Gay is reportedly being sued by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints over the title of her autobiography, Bad Mormon.Ahead of the release of her memoir on Tuesday, the LDS Church church is allegedly trying to stop the 40-year-old reality star's book from 'reaching bookstores.' The report comes as she remains locked in a legal battle over the trademark for 'Bad Mormon,' according to The Salt Lake Tribune.According to the outlet, 'the church retains its trademarks on multiple variations of the term Mormon.' Back in June, Gay filed a trademark application on the words 'Bad Mormon' to use on beer mugs, shirts and socks.
Drama: Heather Gay is being sued by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (also known as the Mormon Church) over the title of her autobiography, Bad MormonDailyMail,com has reached out to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but has yet to hear back.According to the New York Times, the church opposed the application over claims that the trademark was created 'to cause confusion, tarnishment and dilution.'Additionally, the church insisted that using the word 'bad' is 'deceptive in that it falsely represents that Opposer, the Church or its members are bad or otherwise behaving immorally or contrary to the teachings of the Church.' The case is set to be resolved in court in May 2024.Despite the lawsuit, Gay told the outlet that she is 'not scared' of any ramifications from releasing her book.'When the book comes out, there will be no path back,' the mother-of-three stated as she admitted to not having any idea what the 'fallout' would be.
After stepping away from the church in 2019, the TV personality said she is 'happier than' she's 'ever been.' 'I didn’t get hit by.