Drug Tom Petty Tells Carrie Lake To Stop Using ‘I Won’t Back Down’

As of October 2, 2017, Tom Petty is hospitalized.  The public media falsely reported that he had died.
  • Tom Petty’s estate threatens legal action against Carrie Lake for illegally using the song “I Won’t Back Down” to promote her “failed campaign” for Arizona governor.
  • The song was used in a video on Wednesday on YouTube, which has since been taken down.
  • Lake lost to Democratic challenger Katie Hobbs in the November 8 election. On Friday, she was trailing by about 16,850 votes, according to the Arizona Secretary of State’s office.

Tom Petty, in his famous rock anthem, vowed never to back down. Now, his heirs are asking Carrie Lake to back out of using the song to promote her “failed campaign” for Arizona governor.

Beatty’s estate threatens legal action against Lake for using Wednesday’s “I Won’t Back Down” in a YouTube video. The video has since been deleted.

“Tom Petty and our partners were devastated to discover that Tom’s song ‘I Won’t Back Down’ was stolen and used without permission or authorization to promote the failed Carrie Lake campaign,” his estate and associates said. Share on Twitter Thursday.

In the mail, they said, “This is illegal.” “We are exploring all of our legal options to stop this unauthorized use and to prohibit future misappropriation of Tom’s beloved anthem. KariLake.”

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