Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ album cover ‘baby’ sues band again for child pornography

Spencer Elden, the man who appeared on the cover of Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ album as a baby, has again filed his lawsuit Wednesday against the band, claiming the photograph constitutes child pornography, according to documents courts to which the portal had access Deadline.

In the lawsuit, Elden’s attorney, Robert Lewis, argues that, “each defendant knowingly possessed, transported, reproduced, advertised, promoted, presented, distributed, provided and / or obtained child pornography representing Spencer, who had failed to comply age 18 when this image was printed on the cover of Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ album. “

Previously, on January 3, a judge dismissed the initial lawsuit after Elden did not meet the deadline to present objections to the request of the Nirvana representatives to drop the case; and he had been granted January 13 as the deadline to expose them.

In his complaint, the young man stated that the photograph caused him permanent emotional anguish with physical manifestations, and also robbed him of his ability to “enjoy life”.

While the lawyers of the musical group allege that 30 years have passed during which Elden not only has not cared about this photograph, but has taken advantage of it.