Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network has reportedly filed a lawsuit in Florida, against a man who allegedly claimed to the mogul’s nephew. According to The Hollywood Reporter the lawsuit alleges that Justin Jackson pretended to be Oprah’s nephew as well as OWN network employees in order to gain gifts and benefits.

Oprah WinfreyOprah’s OWN network filed the lawsuit in Florida on Friday.

The suit claims that Jackson has a history of impersonation and has previously claimed to be an aide to President Obama as well as Madonna’s manager. Also listed as co-plaintiffs in the suit are Reggie Love, a former personal aide to Obama and Scott Garner, OWN's Senior Vice President of Scheduling and Acquisitions.

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In the suit OWN have alleged that Jackson tried to get items from designers including Converse, Carters clothing, David Yurman, Pandora, Tacori and Tory Burch, as well as access to singer Trey Songz by claiming association with Winfrey and OWN. Jackson is also accused of impersonating Johnny Depp's manager for tickets to Oprah's show in Miami.

In a statement to E! News the OWN commented on the suit saying, "A lawsuit was filed today against Justin Jackson who has been falsely representing himself as an employee and associate of OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network in an effort to mislead companies and individuals in order to obtain gifts, financial rewards and employment.”

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“Also named as a defendant is Angel Agarrat who the complaint alleges has assisted Jackson in some of these scams. We seek the court's help to put a stop to these fraudulent activities."