Update: The YouTube video published by Sharma has now been made private. We'll update when we have more. Earlier: YouTube star Shraddha Sharma, who was signed up by Universal Music last year, has announced that she's changing her YouTube channel to "SupagirlShraddha", from her earlier channel ShraddhaRockin, following a court case filed against by online video company Culture Machine. In the video, Sharma says that she used to work with Culture Machine, which used to handle her YouTube account, and following her decision to no renew her agreement with them, they've filed a court case against her. We were unable to find details of the case on the Delhi High Court and Mumbai High Court websites at the time of writing this article. We've written to both Sharma and Culture Machine for clarifications regarding the court case. In an emailed response to MediaNama, Culture Machine co-founder Sameer Pitalwalla has said that: "The matter is sub judice. However, we have a signed contract with Shraddha which she has breached. We have acted well within our rights and it's up to the courts to decide the outcome. Our intention isn't to malign any artist, but to ensure the integrity of our contractual obligations are maintained. We have grown the viewership and monetisation of many artists and continue to build on those relationships, as is evident by the strength of our network. Depending on their stature, different artists have different contracts and commitments, and in this case, these commitments have been breached and we had no…
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