Kimberly and Lexi Smiley have vowed not to back down from LeAnn Rimes' lawsuit over a recorded phone call, but they have one minor problem — they need a lawyer first!
The mother-daughter defendants have asked for and been granted an extension in the legal proceedings so they can raise money to pay for a lawyer.
Even though their homeowners insurance is covering some of the legal costs, the high school teacher has told sources they are still having trouble and explained:
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What's up with company's trying to fake celebrity endorsements these days?
Clint Eastwood took a furniture company to court last month for using his name to sell products, but now George Clooney and Julia Roberts are having similar problems.
Both A-list stars have filed a joint lawsuit against audio-visual companies Digital Projection, Inc. and Beyond Audio for using "large photographs of Plaintiffs in Defendants' advertising, marketing and promotions."
Together they are asking for
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