We wonder if the company CEO also volunteered!
That's right, volunteer as in "free!"
Not cool. Especially since many salaried employees already work longer than 40 hours a week without getting paid more.
The email read:
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If it's not one thing, it's another.
In the suit filed by Allianz Global insurance, the jewelry in question was part of the $2.8 million stash that was stolen from her house by the Hollywood Bling Ring back in 2009. The pricey goods were eventually recovered and returned to Hilton, but according to the insurers she still has them.
Allianz even blames Paris for the robbery because she left her front door unlocked and didn't keep the loaned jewelry in a safe when they weren't being worn.
A rep for Hilton was quick to respond to the allegations, telling the NY Post:
"We only just received the complaint but it is clear that it is not based on fact. Among other things nobody from the Hilton team ever told the insurance company that the Damiani items that were stolen were returned. We are not aware of any of the Damiani items being recovered by the police, only costume jewelry was recovered."
Hopefully this one will have the same outcome as her hair extension lawsuit.
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