Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Paris in Miami

Paris Hilton has been sued in Miami federal court for not promoting a movie she was in, National Lampoon's Pledge This . The case, available here, landed before Judge Martinez. Here's the Herald article on the case. From the intro:

As if starring in the flop flick National Lampoon's PledgeThis wasn't bad enough, socialite Paris Hilton now has been sued for refusing to promote the film when it was released.
Hilton's breach of contract cost the producers of the film ''lost revenue and profits,'' according to the suit, filed in Miami federal court Tuesday.
A call to Hilton's Los Angeles attorney wasn't immediately returned.
Fort Lauderdale lawyer Michael I. Goldberg, a court-appointed receiver of the film's production company -- The Entertainment Group Fund -- filed the suit against Hilton and her company, Paris Hilton Entertainment.
The Entertainment Group Fund is an affiliate of Worldwide Entertainment Group, a one-time concert promoter that now stands accused of fleecing $300 million from investors.
Entertainment Group paid Hilton $1 million to star in Pledge This, filmed in South Florida.


This should be fun.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's hot.

Pearls-For-The-Princess-1 said...

Worldwide wants $75K in damages -- probably more than the film's gross.

Anonymous said...

It Bull.

Val said...

Zzzzzzzz

Rumpole said...

Just how low will this blog sink to get readers?

(aren't there topless pics of Paris available?)

Anonymous said...

Rumpole, it took a ton of research to find an answer to your more important question...yes, here you go:

http://www.damnimcute.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/hilton.jpg

Now, the more important question, is...do you think the AUSAs are now emptying out of the office and running to the nearest internet cafe to avoid her censor?

David Oscar Markus said...

Very low, but not so low as to post pictures from this lawsuit before Judge Cooke:

http://www.miamiherald.com/416/story/641120.html

Not that there's anything wrong with that...

South Florida Lawyers said...

Hey, isn't this more my beat?