Lady GaGa Accused Of 'Stealing Dead Girl's Image'
Lina Morgana's mum claims GaGa 'stole' her daughter’s eccentric style...
Lady GaGa has been accused of copying a dead singer who she collaborated with back in 2007.
The mother of Lina Morgana - who committed suicide at the age of 19 in October 2008 - claims that Lady G has 'ripped off' her late daughter's style and eccentric act.
GaGa was first introduced to Lina by her ex-lover and mentor Rob Fusari, who wanted the Poker Face star to work with Morgana on her debut solo LP.
Lady G, real name Stefani Germanotta, went on to co-write several tracks with Lina before she hit the big time in 2008 - and now her mum Yana claims her tragic daughter helped create the superstar's 'unique' image.
Yana told the New York Post: "I'm doing this because I want to keep her spirit alive. Lady GaGa is holding Lina's soul and I want her soul to be free."
"Every other word she says is from Lina. She talks about having a dark and tragic life, but she had everything she wanted in the world."
She added: "She went to (the same) high school as Nicky Hilton, her parents were rich. But Lina did have a tough life, and she often talked about her tragic life."
In order to prove GaGa is copying her daughter, Yana has also released snaps of the teenager who died after throwing herself off a 10-storey building.
The images show Lina wearing latex underwear and sitting at piano, and bares a striking resemblance to the Bad Romance hitmaker.
Yana added: "Lina had that style, Gaga had a different style. She changed dramatically overnight"
The grieving mother reportedly wants to release over a dozen tracks that her daughter recorded with GaGa including a song entitled Wunderland that is already known online.