Kevin Spacey has threatened legal action against an American musician who decided to name an album after the Hollywood actor.
The Usual Suspects star's lawyers sent a cease and desist order to Jason Drake, who records under the name Cassettes Won't Listen, demanding he change the title of his new record, Kevinspacey.
The letter, which was received late last month (Apr11), claimed Spacey's name carries a trademark for music as the actor has recorded several songs throughout his career, including a track for 2004 film Beyond the Sea.
Drake has now re-titled the record Evinspacey, according to
The album is set for release on 21 June (11).