Spencer Elden, the baby from Nirvana's Nevermind album cover has refiled his lawsuit against the band. Last week, the lawsuit filed by Elden was dismissed by a California federal judge after his lawyers missed a deadline to respond to a motion for dismissal. But the judge gave another deadline to amend the lawsuit.
According to Stereogum, Elden's lawyers filed an amended complaint earlier this week. The lawsuit still claims that the band, photographer Kirk Weddle, and the record labels involved “intentionally commercially marketed the child pornography depicting Spencer and leveraged the lascivious nature of his image to promote the Nevermind album, the band, and Nirvana’s music, while earning, at a minimum, tens of millions of dollars in the aggregate.”
Previously, Nirvana’s lawyers said that the claims made in the case are “not serious.”