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Ben & Jerry's X-rated ice cream lawsuit



This file product image released Sept. 8, 2011 courtesy of Ben & Jerry's shows their ice cream flavor,
This file product image released Sept. 8, 2011 courtesy of Ben & Jerry's shows their ice cream flavor, "Schweddy Balls." Some supermarket chains refused to stock the new flavor, inspired by an Alec Baldwin SNL skit.
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The days of buying pornographic videos with names based on Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavors are over.

Caballero Video has agreed to stop marketing "Boston Cream Thigh," ''Peanut Butter D-Cup" and other films spoofing the names of the venerable Vermont ice cream maker's products

The Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday that the agreement settles a lawsuit Ben & Jerry's brought against Caballero last year. 

According to the suit, 10 titles in Caballero's "Ben & Cherry's" series besmirched the ice cream maker's name and infringed its trademark.

Not only were the names similar to real Ben & Jerry's products, but the films' packaging also mimicked Ben & Jerry's clouds-and-cows logo.

The Los Angeles-based video company had previously agreed to pull the titles until the suit was resolved.

Ben and Jerry's has previously churned out a scoop or two of their own controversy by releasing flavor names deemed fairly inappropriate to some — no spoofing required.