LeBron James is one the biggest names in sports. When you’re at the top, people are going to want to swoop in and bring you down if you show any sort vulnerability. In the world photography, copyright laws are written in such a way  which is an example how vulnerable celebrities are. Numerous famous people have been sued for using images themselves on social media, without asking the photographer for permission. Now, LeBron James has become one those celebs.

According to new court documents, LeBron is being sued by photographer Steven Mitchell for using a photo himself as a member the Miami Heat, on Facebook. The lawsuit is for copyright infringement and Mitchell reportedly wants $150,000 in damages.

“Defendants did not license the Photograph from Plaintiff for its Website, nor did Defendants have Plaintiff’s permission or consent to publish the Photograph on its Website,” the lawsuit reads.

It remains to be seen what will become this lawsuit as time goes on. LeBron has yet to comment on the matter and considering there are heavy legal implications, we expect his silence will carry on until more details are revealed.