Lindsay Lohan claims that she formulated her own fake tanning line, Sevin Nyne, and then proceeded to slap her name all over it and market it as her own idea.
According to Jennifer Sunday, this may not be the case at all. See, Lindsay was working with a lady named Lorit Simon. Lorit was previously working alongside Jennifer in the development of this product. They got so close to releasing it to the public that they were in negotiations over how much to charge for it.
Now, according to Jennifer’s attorney, she is seeking the proceeds from the self tanning mist.
Her attorney, Marcia Cohen, said, “We are certainly looking for the profits that are being generated right now from that product. If Ms. Lohan and Ms. Simon and their companies and their shareholders are profiting from the theft of my client’s formula and are profiting from that product, my client is entitled to those proceeds.”
The lawsuit was filed in Florida and Jennifer Sunday is suing Lindsay, Lorit, and Lorit’s company for breach of contract, theft of trade secrets, civil conspiracy, intentional interference with contractual relations and deceptive and unfair trade practices.
I’m interested to see if Lindsay tries to tell everyone that she actually thought this all up on her own.
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