Paris Hilton Sued by Hairtech International for $35M for Wearing Competitors Hair Extensions

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Paris Hilton is being sued for $35 million for wearing the wrong hair. The controversial singer–actress was in contract to promote a wide range of hair extensions as part of a marketing campaign in 2007 for Hairtech International. The company paid Hilton for $3.5 million.

However Hairtech International management team was aghast when she sported the locks of one of their competitors and appeared in magazines and on televisions in 2008. Additionally, the company also claims that Paris Hilton missed the launching party of the hair extensions line because she was in prison at that time. Officials of the company also alleged that because of no-show of the 29-years old blonde at the launch party, they suffered losses up to the tune of $6.6 million.

Hairtech International Incorporation filed a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court states the company is seeking $35 million in damages for Paris’ breach of contract – 10 times what they paid her for the job which she doesn’t perform well. In 2007 Hilton served 23 days in prison after she was caught driving twice on a suspended license while on probation for reckless driving.

The millionaire heiress has been sued before for allegedly failing to promote a product.
The ‘Pledge This!’ movie producers told a court in 2008 she owed them $8.3million because she didn’t promote the movie properly.

So far there has been no official comment from Paris Hilton side.

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