Paris Hilton smells a rat! Last year, the heiress, 33, filed a lawsuit against L.A. fragrance manufacturer Perfection Perfume for illegally selling near carbon copies of her popular perfumes — and now she’s asking the court to move the case forward, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Perfection Perfume, whom Hilton argues created products “bearing marks and designs identical to [her] trademark” scents, ignored the August 2013 lawsuit, forcing the star to file an Application for Default Judgment.
In April 9 court documents, Hilton claims she fears that the company’s failure to respond to the lawsuit has further damaged her brand, as “it is likely that [Perfection Perfume] has continued and will continue its counterfeit activities.”
The multi-millionairess demands $100,000, claiming the company damaged her profits and reputation. She requests that all parties meet in L.A. court on May 12.
Fortunately, Hilton is on a fragrance lawsuit winning streak: Last month, Hilton won a $27,000 lawsuit against overseas companies UK Fragrances and Z&Z Global Enterprises for also imitating her products.