‘Yellowstone’ Creator Slaps Series Star with Lawsuit as Show Nears End

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“Yellowstone” writer and creator Taylor Sheridan is suing actor Cole Hauser’s coffee company for alleged trademark infringement, according to reports.

Fox Business reported Hauser recently partnered up with a San Angelo, Texas-based coffee company to unveil Free Rein Coffee Company.

He and his business associates say the brand embodies the spirit of the West — which Hauser has come to truly appreciate through five seasons on the set of Sheridan’s show.

In October, he unveiled the company in an ad he shared on Instagram:

Hauser, who has played the character Rip Wheeler on the smash hit show since 2018, is featured heavily on Free Rein’s website.

According to Fox Business, Sheridan is not suing one of his hit show’s stars for embracing the cowboy way of life, but over Free Rein’s logo — which he says looks too similar to his own coffee company’s logo.

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