Prisoner sues celebs for 'stealing' lyrics

Prisoner Sues Mega Stars For $2.4 Billion

Don't you just hate it when mega celebs conspire with law enforcement to steal the hard work you've created while locked away in prison?

That's what allegedly happened to Richard Dupree - an inmate at California State Prison. He filed a lawsuit last week claiming Jay Z, and his boo Beyonce, have teamed up with the CIA, FBI, Homeland security and other law enforcement to spy on him over the past 3 to 4 years in order to steal lyrics he composed.

But it doesn't end there. Dupree also says Chris Brown, Rihanna and Kanye West helped the power couple commit the crimes.

And he wants $2.4 billion in return. And freedom. But Dupree's rap sheet seems like cake compared to this guy.

Since January 2012, Jonathan Lee Riches has allegedly filed more than 1,000 lawsuits across the country that include the likes of Queen Elizabeth, the

Eiffel Tower and the entire European Union. Some of his more interesting cases include suing Elvis Presley over his sideburns. Suring rapper 50 Cent for $35 billion for his lyrics.

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