Paris Hilton Countersues Over Hair Extensions

In August, Paris Hilton was sued by Hairtech International over their Dream Catchers hair extensions. In their suit, they claimed that she signed a multi-million dollar contract to promote the extensions, but failed to do so, causing them $35,000,000 in damages.

And no, that is not a typo.

Today, we’ve learned that Paris is striking back over their claims and has filed a countersuit herself. TMZ reports:

In her countersuit, obtained by TMZ, Paris says she was “professional and honorable” promoting Hairtech International. Indeed, she notes in her docs that the head honcho wrote her an email after a shoot, saying, “Hey Paris. I know it was a long day, but baby you ‘Rocked.’ Just from the takes I saw this is going to be one hellava commercial, you were genuinely amazing.”

In it’s lawsuit, Hairtech claims Paris was a hair heretic, showing up for interviews wearing competitive products. The company also says by going to jail in 2007, Paris breached an implied term to obey the law.

She is seeking $3 million, in addition to punitive damages. Do you think she’ll get it?

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