Nirvana ‘Nevermind’ Baby Spencer Elden Appeals Album Cover Lawsuit Dismissal

File Photo Of Kurt Cobain, Lead Singer Of Nirvana, Performing In Los Angeles.
File photo of Kurt Cobain, lead singer for the 'grunge' rock group Nirvana performing during a September 1992 performance at the MTV Music Awards show in Los Angeles. Cobain died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, Seattle radio station KIRO said April 8, 1994. Seattle police said earlier the body of a white man in his 20's with a suicide note nearby had been found at Cobain's home, but they did not identify the body. REUTERS/Lee Celano AT Date changed to year of performance not sure about month & day

Chattanooga, TN – The Pulse:

Spencer Elden, the man who covered Nirvana‘s Nevermind album has filed an appeal to the album cover lawsuit.  Back in September, the suit– which was bought on by Elden, who was seeking damages over the cover art, was dismissed by a U.S. District Court Judge for the third and final time.

According to Loudwire, in his original suit, Elden — who was just four months when the photo was used for the Nirvana album cover, cited that the “unlawful conduct” used to create the photo had caused him “permanent harm,” calling the usage of the photo child pornography.

Spin reported that in the new court docs, Elden’s lawyers have claiming that the judge presiding ruled in error concerning the statute of limitations on the case because the harm suffered to Elden from the photo is ongoing. They also cited Masha’s Law which allows child pornography victims to seek monetary damages into adulthood.