Lady Gaga Threatens Lawsuit Over Human-Breast-Milk Ice Cream

Lady Gaga Threatens Lawsuit Over Human-Breast-Milk Ice Cream
Christopher Victorio/OC Weekly

Remember the story about the London restaurant that sold human-breast-milk ice cream? Whose supplies of the frozen confection authorities confiscated last week for fear of hepatitis? You'll never guess who's threatening a lawsuit. No, not the dairy cows who are threatened by the competition. No, not the babies who would be deprived of their breakfast. It's none other than Lady Gaga, who can't keep a poker face on the issue when the product is called "Baby Gaga."

Her lawyers not only object to the use of the word "Gaga," but they also said the product is "deliberately provocative and, to many people, nausea-inducing."

Matt O'Conner, owner of the Icecreamists, shot back. "She's acting like a big baby who is crying over spilled breast milk," he said. "And this is coming from the woman who wears the flesh of rotting cows as an awards-show gown."

Oh, snap!

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