Melbourne, Sept 30 : American actress Demi Moore has filed a lawsuit in Melbourne against New Idea magazine for publishing pictures taken at a star-studded party she and Madonna had organised.
The party took place on February 24, at the Los Angeles home of Madonna's manager, Guy Oseary, reports News.com.au.
The black and white pictures included snaps of Moore, daughter Rumer Willis, Orlando Bloom, P Diddy, Amanda De Cadenet, and Cameron Diaz.
Moore claimed in a statement filed with the Federal Court last week that New Idea had infringed on her copyright of the pictures by putting them on the cover of its March 8 edition, and across two pages inside the magazine.
The actress is seeking unspecified damages from the magazine's publisher Pacific Magazines, owned by Channel 7, and has asked for the profits the company reaped from the shots.
In the claim, Moore also stated that she had agreed to buy the photographs from party organiser Jeffrey Best during a conversation on the day of the party, and that the photographer had also signed a pre-party deal to hand them to Best.
However, it was not revealed in the statement how the photographs came into the possession of New Idea.
Kevin Dorey, from Moore's Melbourne solicitors Marsh and Mayer, declined to comment.
Pacific Magazines has yet to file a defence.