The jury in the "Blurred Lines" case finally reached a verdict on Tuesday.
Gaye's family argued the song, which has made more nearly $16.5 million since it was release in 2013, copied Gaye's 1977 single "Got to Give It Up." The family sought more than $25 million.
"Right now, I feel free," Nona Gaye, Marvin Gaye's daughter, said after the verdict, according to the magazine. "Free from... Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke's chains and what they tried to keep on us and the lies that were told."
The musicians repeatedly denied stealing Gaye's music, and Williams testified last week that the two songs shared a "feel - not infringement." Both Williams and Thicke appeared in court to defend their case.
Variety also reports that Richard Busch, the attorney for the Gaye family, will seek to halt sales of "Blurred Lines." Busch said he will file the paperwork by next week.
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