LeBron James and his multimedia company UNINTERRUPTED have called out Alabama over copyright infringement.

The Crimson Tide football program released a trailer for "Shop Talk," which features former player Julio Jones and coach Nick Saban at a barber shop discussing a variety of topics.

However, James and UNINTERRUPTED released a similar concept last year during the NBA Finals and have filmed two follow-up web episodes, which features James and his guests having witty banter as they sit in barber chairs getting their hair cut.

James and UNINTERRUPTED sent Alabama a letter addressing their concerns and asked the school to talk about how to proceed before the legal system gets involved.

"Your continued exploitation of 'Shop Talk' infringes 'UNINTERRUPTED's' copyright, trademark rights and other valuable intellectual property rights in 'The Shop' and significantly damages 'UNINTERRUPTED's' commercial prospects for 'The Shop,'" according to the letter, which was obtained by ESPN.

The filming of Alabama's "The Shop" takes place in the football team's Mal M. Moore Athletic Facility, where a barber shop named Bama Cuts was opened.