2005 winner of the television show "Hell’s Kitchen" is now facing a trademark lawsuit by one of the world’s largest recording labels.
Chef Terry Miller shot to fame on television series Hell’s Kitchen, when he won praise for his signature dish named Rockafella.
The prawn and mash creation then inspired the name of the Newcastle restaurant he opened after winning the competition.
UMG Recordings Inc, which owns the Roc-a-Fella’s record label and whose artists include Elton John, U2 and rapper Kanye West, are objecting to Terry registering Rockafella as a trademark to protect the restaurant’s name.
If a legal battle goes ahead it could result in a hearing in London next year.
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