The supporter Josineide Constantino Dantas sues the player Bruno Henrique, Flamengo, for using the phrase “another level”, whose brand (Otô Patamá) she registered with the National Institute of Industrial Property (Inpi). She asks for compensation of R$ 13 million and prevents the commercial use of the phrase.
Josineide recorded the phrase to use in his clothing and sporting goods business from an interview with Bruno Henrique in 2019. At the time, after a victory over rival Vasco, the player said that the team was on “another level”. The information is from the Uol portal.
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The phrase became a song by the rubro-negra fans and even the title of a song by rapper Djonga, in which the athlete is mentioned.
The businesswoman says that Bruno Henrique uses her brand to obtain profits and commercial subsidies. The athlete, on the other hand, defends himself and says that it is “a typical case of parasitic use”.
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