As of last year, America (and quite frankly, the whole world) has been having a love affair with Disney's "Frozen." The animated feature film tells the story of Elsa and her sister, Anna, while touching upon many themes like sisterhood, love, acceptance and more.

Whenever a song, story or film makes it big, there are often allegations of plagiarism and ideas being stolen. "Frozen" is no different — the film made $1.2 billion at the global box office.

Peruvian author Isabella Tanikumi has gone on record to allege that the Disney has stolen her life story when telling the tale of Elsa, reports TMZ. In 2010, Tanikumi published an autobiography about her life — titled "Yearnings of the Heart" — narrating her time growing up in the Andean mountains in Peru.

The Daily Mail reports that an Amazon summary of Tanikumi's novel describes it as a "describes it as a 'compelling, introspective account of the life of Isabella Tanikumi, who takes her readers on a journey through various phases of her remarkable life - from her family's survival during the devastating earthquake of 1970 in Huaraz, Peru, to the trials of overcoming heartbreaks of her youth."

Disney; however, tells a different tale about the inspiration for "Frozen," which is currently the highest grossing animated film of all time. According to them, the film is based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale, 'The Snow Queen'