Quotes? So Chelsea copied your copying? Weak argument.
Wrong. It's a well-established principle of intellectual property law that quoting or excerpting someone else's work creates a new work subject to copyright protection. If I write and illustrate a book called "The 10 Greatest Presidential Quotations," and someone rips of my work by producing a book with the same quotes and similar illustrations, that's plagiarism.
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