Paris Hilton is allegedly being sued by Hairtech International’s Dream Catcher for $35 million for breach of contract for a hair extensions endorsement she agreed to in 2007.
According to the lawsuit filed in L.A. County Superior Court, Hilton was paid $3.5 million to be the spokesperson for Hairtech International’s Dream Catcher hair extension line back in 2007. As the spokesperson, Paris agreed to not wear any other brand hair extensions.
Hairtech says this portion of the agreement was violated, claiming she was “seen in magazines and on television not wearing [their] hair extensions and was in fact wearing competitors’ hair extension products.”
It was also said that there was “an implied” term in her contract that she would “obey the law”, which she obviously violated when she went to jail for 23 days in June 2007 for a DUI sentence. Furthermore, Hairtech says Paris was supposed to be present at a very important Hairtech launch party during her time in jail.
Hairtech is accusing Paris of fraud and deceit, for which they are looking to collect $35 million in damages.
The lawsuit Hairtech filed against Paris Hilton can be read in its entirety on EOnline.com.