Actor Alfonso Ribeiro is suing the makers of video games “Fortnite” and “NBA 2K,” claiming they used a dance he created in “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” without his permission. However, the moves of “The Carlton Dance” have been seen on screen before Ribeiro first performed it in 1991.
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