Paris Hilton's Hair Extension Legal Battle Lengthens to $70 Million
Paris Hilton has been weaved into a legal battle with Hairtech International over a brand of extensions she was contracted to endorse. According to new reports, the company is now requesting even more money in their suit.
TMZ reports that Hairtech International recently adjusted their lawsuit to the amount of $70 million instead of the original $35 million in profit compensation.
The company asserts that Paris did not live up to her end of the bargain in promoting and actually wearing the hair extensions, costing them millions in lost profit.
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Hairtech also states that when Paris was sent to jail in 2007, she automatically breached the arrangement, in which she was paid $3.5 million.
Paris allegedly even wore a different company’s hair extensions when she had agreed to promote Hairtech’s merchandise.