It’s beginning to look a lot like a very litigious Christmas for Epic Games. Earlier this month, rapper 2 Milly sued the creators of hit game Fortnite over an “emote” (a dance move players can purchase to personalize their avatars) that he alleged was a direct steal of his signature move, the Milly Rock. Now actor Alfonso Ribeiro has filed a separate copyright infringement lawsuit, claiming the emote known as the “Fresh” copies a dance move he made famous as a character on “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.”

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