The woman who inspired the movie Flashdance
lost her court battle against Jennifer Lopez
Monday, after alleging the singer mimicked some of the film's memorable scenes in her video for the song "I'm Glad."
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, California, held up a lower court's decision that Maureen Marder gave up her rights to the 1993 film when she signed a release form with Paramount Pictures in 1982.
Marder has filed several cases to gain a copyright interest in the film, which has grossed over $150 million worldwide. The three-judge panel also backed the lower court's dismissal of Marder's claims against Lopez and the Sony Corporation.
The ruling stated "there is simply no evidence that her consent was obtained by fraud, deception, misrepresentation, duress or undue influence".
Marder was played by Jennifer Beals
in the hit movie, where she portrayed as a construction worker by day and an exotic dancer by night, who aspired to join a prestigious dance school.
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)