Oprah Winfrey and her production company Harpo Inc. have just been sued for an eye-popping $1 trillion dollars. According to the National Enquirer, an intellectual property case was filed on July 31 with the US District Court in Washington by author Damon Lloyd Goffe.
Goffee, of the Bronx, New York, said in legal papers that "in April 2008 Oprah confessed to seizing original works of authorship" and published online the first draft of his work "A Tome of Poetry" under another title, "Pieces of My Soul."
Goffe says that the website in question is no longer live. He also claims that the talk show titan sold over 650 million editions of the work online at the price of $20 per copy, which "calculates for $1.2 trillion dollars."
Check out the legal documents here: