Both companies are threatening to sue Ms Yeh in turn for damaging their images and have demanded she hold another press conference to apologise. She says relatives and her current fiance's family have also asked about them. The video has since been watched an estimated one billion times. But Ms Yeh says she is a victim of cyber-bullying, and that she decided to speak out to give herself courage. Image copyright Internet Image caption The ad for plastic surgery featured Heidi Yeh with three children whose images were altered A Taiwanese model who featured in an advert for plastic surgery is threatening to sue the clinic and advertising agency, after the ad became a popular internet meme. The picture and accompanying stories came up on Google in several languages, including Arabic, English and Japanese, and have become a global meme.
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The judge ordered Fritsch to pay back any earnings from the video and never use it again in a way that could identify the dancer. Inclassmates of year-old Ghyslain Raza posted a video of him wielding a "light sabre" online, without his permission. Inthe unnamed dancer sued the filmmaker, Matthias Fritsch, claiming violation of his "personality rights". She suspects her then-boyfriend broke up with her partly because he was embarrassed by the rumours. The model who became a meme 29 October