Burruss claims Zolciak infringed upon her copyright by unlawfully licensing, distributing and selling the song that she wrote and Zolciak recorded.
"Defendants marketed and sold the Infringing Single in various formats (e.g., compact disc, downloadable audio track, DVD, etc.) and through various websites, all without Plaintiffs’ license, consent or authorization."
The dispute was addressed on a “RHOA” reunion show but Burruss had not filed a suit against Zolciak, who was friends with the award winning songwriter.
Burruss’ writing partner Rodney Richard is also suing the “Don’t Be Tardy For The Wedding” star, says the report.
Meanwhile, Burruss is going after a temporary restraining order to prevent future sales of the single, an order requiring “destruction of all copies of the Infringing Single and any other product of Defendants that infringe Plaintiffs copyrights.”
The website reports the plaintiffs also are seeking punitive damages, attorney’s fees, and a jury trial.