In Vampire Weekend Case, Tod Brody’s Lawyers Decide to Quit

Posted by on Wednesday May 25, 2011 | Celebrity

Tod Brody's lawyers say they no longer want to defend him over this image.

Lawyers for the photographer who allegedly provided a photograph with a forged model release for use on the cover Vampire Weekend’s “Contra” album are trying to quit the case.

The lawyers, who represent Tod Brody, complained to the court that their client doesn’t respond to their phone calls or e-mails, and has refused to pay his legal bills. So they want to drop him as a client.

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