Chelsea Clinton Is Sued For $150,000 For Using Idea Behind Her Book, “She Persisted”

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Future troubled politician and daughter oh failed politician Chelsea Clinton may be in a bit of trouble.

Chelsea Clinton is trying to gain reputation from the mainstream media and social media, her efforts to build up her profile seem to be failing, she wrote a children’s book about women who persisted through challenges in history with the title “She Persisted.”

Except she stole the title from author Christopher Janes Kimberley.

From Daily Mail:

An author is suing Chelsea Clinton for ‘ripping off’ his idea to write her feminist children’s book ‘She Persisted’.

Christopher Janes Kimberley, 56, filed a federal lawsuit in New York against Chelsea Clinton, 37, and Penguin Random House accusing the former first daughter of copyright infringement.

Court documents obtained by DailyMail.com reveal Kimberley is seeking up to $150,000 in damages and any profits from the New York Times best seller.

You mean Chelsea may have ripped someone off? A Clinton may have been dishonest? Who would’ve thunk it?

Kimberley claims he wrote a three-volume children’s book ‘A Heart is the Part That Makes Boys And Girls Smart’ in 2013.

Kimberley alleges Clinton's (pictured Monday with husband Marc Mezvinsky) book infringed upon his work by including quotes and stories from the women in featured in his

Clinton’s book, published May 30, targets readers ages four to eight, according to its description.

Kimberley’s book contains 15 quotes and stories from historical figures such as Helen Keller, Harriet Tubman and Nellie Bly in its ‘Quotable Questionnaire’ section. Clinton’s book features 13 stories and quotes including those three women.

Kimberley said he sent off his book proposal via Facebook to Penguin Random House but he never heard back.

He accuses the president of Penguin Young Readers US, Jennifer Loja, of receiving the submission, reading it, taking his idea and giving it to Clinton.

Kimberley alleges Clinton’s book willfully infringed upon his work by including quotes and stories from the women in featured in his.

More to come as report come through.