A Finnish record company’s claim that pop music producer Timbaland and pop star Nelly Furtado plagiarized its music has been thrown out by a Miami federal magistrate judge.

The magistrate, Judge Edwin Torres, threw out Kernal Records Oy’s claim that its song “Acid Jazzed Evening” was the basis for parts of Furtado’s hugely popular 2006 album “Loose.”

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