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NBA star Terry Rozier is facing a lawsuit for selling the masks made famous by Hollywood movie, "Scream."

According to The Blast, the Boston Celtics star made a lot of coins over the Halloween holiday by selling masks almost identical to those used in the iconic slasher movie.

Reports say that the Fun World costume company is claiming they are the original designer of the “Ghost Face Mask,” and officially licensed it for use in the slasher film and other movies.

Here is what The Blast is reporting:

The company says the Boston Celtics player is using their design and copyright without permission, claiming he has, “adopted the Ghost Face Mask design as his own mascot and paired the design with his alter ego “Scary Terry.”

Fun World accuses Rozier of ripping off their work and making a profit, and are suing for unspecified damages plus $150,000 per infringement.

They also want an injunction prohibiting the NBA star from continuing to sell the ‘Scary Terry’ merchandise.

Take a look at the merch Terry was selling. Should he cough up the $150,000 or is Fun World reaching?