Jack Phillips, the US based cake maker, who famously won a Supreme Court case over his right to refuse to make a gay wedding cake, has a new legal battle. According to Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), the group supporting Phillips, he was targeted by an attorney who asked him to create a cake designed pink on the inside and blue on the outside, which was to celebrate a gender transition from male to female. The owner of Masterpiece cake shop declined the request stating the cake would have expressed messages about sex and gender identity that conflict with his religious beliefs. Despite his earlier victory at the Supreme Court, the State of Colorado ruled that there was "probable cause" to believe that the law requires him to make the cake. The ruling means he now will face a new lawsuit in court.