Scottish radio favourites lose court battle over gay dating app after claiming they were ripped off by business partner
SCOTS comedy piano duo Worbey and Farrell have lost their court battle for a share of the profits from a gay dating app.
BBC radio and Edinburgh Fringe favourites Steven Worbey and Kevin Farrell claimed they helped come up with the idea for the app, originally called Bender, and were then ripped off by business partner Steven Elliot.
But at the Court of Session, judge Lord Tyre told them they never had a proper partnership with IT expert Steven.
Worbey and Farrell claimed they and Steven dreamed up Bender, and its sister lesbian app Brenda, at a meeting in Vienna in October 2009.
They said... read more
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