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The suit further accuses Mattel of "engaging in acts of unfair competition and intellectual property infringement intended to damage its market share, confuse consumers and trade on the company's goodwill." and had taken the idea to MGA secretly.MGA developed the first-generation fashion dolls while obscuring Bryant’s involvement.Most parents considered these dolls too 'racy' for children.The line also introduced a new face mold where the dolls had more detailed make-up and front gazing eyes., Cynthia is free, fabulous, and embracing all life has to offer, from engaging in new business opportunities to taking a dip in the dating pool.Eager to move forward, Shereé is focusing on healing old relationship wounds and preparing for an empty nest with her daughter heading off to college.
Female dolls have the non-twisting belly-button body mold and share an all-new face mold that sports a small nose, wide cheekbones, and large, pouty lips.
It originally included three dolls: Barbie, Madison, and Chelsea, with different ethnicities and personalities, and 2 extra fashions for each character.
The characters (except Barbie) were named after different locations in New York City.
Mattel stopped selling the dolls in the US in 2008, but they continued to release the dolls in other countries, until Mattel stopped production on the line in 2011, though the website didn’t close down until 2014.
On April 13, 2005, Mattel's competing toy company, MGA Entertainment filed a lawsuit against My Scene, alleging duplication of its Bratz dolls, their multi-ethnic looks, fashions and packaging.
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