LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Victor isn't allowed to have a little secret anymore.
A federal judge has blocked Victor and Cathy Moseley from using the names "Victor's Little Secret" and "Victor's Secret" on their adult novelty and lingerie shop in central Kentucky.
U.S. District Judge Charles Simpson said in an order Wednesday
that the names violate the trademark of Columbus, Ohio-based retailer Victoria's Secret.
An e-mail message left with Victoria's Secret and phone messages
left with the Moseleys were not immediately returned.
The case has been bouncing around the legal system for 10 years,
since the Moseleys opened their shop in Elizabethtown, about 45 minutes south of Louisville.
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