Paris Hilton sued for $2 million by footwear company


Last month, Paris Hilton filed a 1 million- dollar lawsuit against Antebi Footwear Group, which designed the Paris Hilton Footwear collection, claiming she was owed royalties for her shoe line. However, on Saturday, the footwear company hit back with a countersuit, demanding the return of $2 million already paid as royalties.

The company claims Hilton breached her contract by making a deal for a line with a rival shoe company.

The socialite allegedly violated contract agreement with Antebi when she made a deal with a rival company Retouch to launch a new shoe line called “Parisian Parc” and she promoted her new collection on social media.

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According to the New York Post, the lawsuit states: ”Paris Hilton Entertainment breached its covenant of good faith and fair dealing to Antebi by means of its aforesaid intentional and malicious acts and by destroying and injuring Antebi’s rights to receive the fruits of its relationship with PHE and those rights granted pursuant to the exclusive licensing agreements.”

Promoting her line with Retouch in September last year, Paris took to Twitter and wrote: ”Obsessed with all my new shoe designs. Love how all the fabrics & colors go perfectly with my handbags.”

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