In case anyone wants to read from a more reputable source: https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-58327844 From the NBC News article: The cover art subject — who, like the "Nevermind" album itself, is now 30 — is asking at least $150,000 from each of the defendants, who include include surviving band members Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic; Courtney Love, the executor of Kurt Cobain's estate; Guy Oseary and Heather Parry, managers of Cobain's estate; photographer Kirk Weddle; art director Robert Fisher; and a number of existing or defunct record companies that released or distributed the album in the last three decades. Curiously, original Nirvana drummer Chad Channing is also named as a defendant who was part of the group at the time, even though he had been replaced by Grohl in 1990, before the album was recorded or the cover photography shot. The suit comes out to not much more than million bucks, I heard. The guy's probably hoping for a quick settlement. What I think is especially interesting about the suit's language is that, given the picture's accepted message as a commentary on capitalism, there's a meta aspect to this that implies that we're all "sex workers" in a roundabout way.