UPDATE: Prince Drops His $22 Million Lawsuit Against Online ‘Bootleggers’

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  • Prince has officially abandoned his $22 million lawsuit against 22 “bootleggers” who allegedly posted footage of his concerts online, reports TMZ.

    The singer filed the original lawsuit less than two weeks ago, targeting 22 anonymous bloggers (for $1 million-a-piece) who posted concert footage on Facebook and other websites without Prince’s permission.

    But days after news of the lawsuit went public, Prince has decided to end his crusade on the bootleggers.

    TMZ has obtained legal documents filed in federal court in California to dismiss his lawsuit, but it’s without prejudice, meaning he could refile the suit if he feels like it.

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