"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Lisa Vanderpump screwing the pooch by allegedly stealing the designs of a famed canine stylist.
Fifi & Romeo, a high-end dog boutique, is taking the reality star and her husband Ken Todd in front of a judge seeking $500,000 in damages
The company is known for styling dogs for the rich and famous like Tori Spelling, Sharon Osbourne, and Christina Aguilera.
According to legal documents the company is accusing Vanderpump of entering into a deal with F&R to launch a clothing line for pets. F&R was to design the clothing and Lisa’s company was to manufacture, market and sell it. The deal was for a 70/30 split of profits and the Vanderpump was supposed to handle the monthly accounting.
F&R says they created an entire line of samples for the products and handed them over to the couple. They spent 8 months working on designs but claim after they completed the design/sample process, they became distant by failing to return calls or set up meetings
They say she used their exact designs and is selling them under “Vanderpump Pets” but was supposed to be labeled “Fifi & Romeo for Vanderpump Pets."
Fifi & Romeo now want Lisa and Ken to pay over $500,000 in damages.