Kendall Jenner (25) is in trouble, the model is accused of not having kept contractual promises. A photo shoot, for which the reality queen (‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’) had already been paid, never came about.
From two to one
Now the damaged party wants to see money. Italian fashion brand Liu Jo has filed a lawsuit in New York for $1.8 million (more than €1.5 million). The reason: They had booked two shoots with Kendall, but only one had taken place. For the first time, the model had stood in front of the cameras for the label in July 2019. A second date had also already been made, in March 2020 it should continue. But then the pandemic came, and all the wheels stopped.
Why didn’t Kendall Jenner have time?
It was initially agreed to postpone the second shoot to the autumn, but when it came to an exact date, they did not come to a common denominator. Liu Jo’s lawsuit states that Kendall “repeatedly failed to give Liu Jo a definitive answer to the (deadline) proposals, did not propose feasible alternatives, and ultimately rejected all good-faith offers to reach a compromise.”
Not surprisingly, Kendall and her speakers take a different view. They told Page Six that there had been numerous offers to “find alternative dates and places to keep an agreement that had to be postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.” The Italians, on the other hand, claim that the defendant did not contact them until there was first talk of breach of contract. Now it’s statement against statement — whether Kendall Jenner has to tin?
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