Rupert Murdoch’s media empire can’t catch a break. As the phone hacking trials continue, it might have another day in court. Elton John is suing The Times of London for a defamatory article that he claims caused “severe damage to his reputation and personal distress and embarrassment,” according to his attorney. Called “How Movie Millions are Moved Offshore,” the two-piece series was about investment companies that helped celebrity clients avoid taxes. It claimed Patrick McKenna, CEO of Ingenious Media, was Elton’s accountant, but later published a correction saying that was false and that the company was not involved in such schemes. This hasn’t deterred Elton, who is seeking damages to his reputation. This isn’t the first Murdoch vs. Elton suit—in 1987 Elton won $2 million after the Sun alleged he was involved with teenaged prostitutes.