Chelsea Handler has something to complain about with ThirdLove lingerie brand. PEOPLE According to reports, Handler sued ThirdLove for $1.5 Million alleging breach of contract. Handler claimed she was under a one-year contract when she joined ThirdLove. “unilaterally cancelled”Their deal is over due to an upcoming shoot.
Handler explained in her filing that she and ThirdLove signed their contract on Jan. 1. According to their agreement, the comedian was required to perform. “would exclusively promote the ThirdLove brand in exchange for compensation of $1,060,000, plus expenses.”Handler claimed she was soon able to get to work for the company, starting a fitness program, meeting with executives and fitting clothes. She also promoted the brand. Things went wrong before the Jan. 27 promotional shoot she was to be the face of.
Handler stated that the lingerie business was a success. “unilaterally cancelled”The shoot and the “entire agreement”The night before. According to reports, she had already paid for her flight from Whistler Canada to Los Angeles in order to participate in the shoot. According to her, the shoot was not approved by the company’s Board of Directors. She also did not participate in the brand. ThirdLove was told by them. “terminate the parties’ agreement.”
ThirdLove is alleged to have ignored Handler’s attempts at contact after the termination of the agreement. Handler was also allegedly not paid the amount they initially agreed to when they signed the contract. Handler claimed, however, that the company had paid the vendors involved in shooting. The comedian filed a $1.5 million claim for damages. She asks ThirdLove to compensate her for the entire amount she agreed to in her contract. “monies she spent out of her own pocket.”
Handler claimed that she lost out on partnerships with ALO, Athleta and ThirdLove because she was part of an exclusive agreement with ThirdLove. She wants to be compensated and reimbursed for the money she did not receive by refusing to work with ThirdLove. PEOPLEIt was noted that they reached Out to ThirdLove for Comment, but did not hear back before the article was published.