Court Dismisses Shoe Company’s $2 Million Breach Of Contract Lawsuit Against Paris Hilton

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Sep. 12 2014, Published 7:03 a.m. ET

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Paris Hilton has reached a confidential settlement in the lawsuit Antebi Footwear Group filed against her in May.

As reported, the heiress sued the company and claimed they owed her money for promoting their product. But Antebi quickly slammed Hilton with a $2 million countersuit alleging she was in the wrong and they owed her nothing.


According to court documents Antibe filed in May, the 33-year-old party girl “breached the Licensing Agreements referred to in the complaint by willfully, unlawfully and without just cause violating the…exclusivity provisions of the Agreement…by engaging in the licensure, promotion, distribution, marketing and sale of competing, non-Antebi footwear.”

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The company specifically claimed Hilton released a line of footwear called “Parisian Parc” with Retouch Brands— allegedly breaking her exclusivity contact with Antebi.

Hilton didn’t hide her new partnership, even tweeting last September that she was “obsessed with all my new shoe designs.”

Now Radar has learned that on September 4 both Hilton and Antebi filed legal documents seeking to quit their claims against each other since the two had reached a confidential agreement and resolved their issues.

The court granted their request and dismissed the lawsuits with prejudice.


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