Baby On Nirvana’s “Nevermind” Demands To Have His Genitalia Removed From The 30th Anniversary Edition Of The Album

As previously reported, Spencer Elden, the man who appeared on the cover art for Nirvana’s “Nevermind” as a baby, recently filed a lawsuit against the surviving members of the band, the estate of the late Kurt Cobain, photographer Kirk Weddle, DGC Records, and more due to child sexual exploitation and violations of federal child pornography statutes. Now, according to TMZ, Elden‘s lawyer Maggie Mabie is demanding to have Universal remove his genitalia from all future releases of the album. This includes the upcoming 30th anniversary edition of the effort (out November 12). She says that it is time to “end this child exploitation and violation of privacy.”

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