The lawsuit claims Paris was paid $3.5 million in 2007 to promote Hairtech International’s Dream Catcher hair extensions, but was “seen in magazines and on television not wearing [their] hair extensions and was in fact wearing competitors’ hair extension products.”
Hairtech goes on to say that Hilton breached her contract when she went to jail in June of 2007 because her contract included an implied term that she would “obey the law”.
Paris also missed an important launch party for the extensions while she was serving time, which resulted in $6.6 million in lost revenue.
The company is seeking a whopping $35 million.
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