Although she’s widely known as a Victoria’s Secret angel, Constance Jablonski might not be all sugar and spice after all.
The 21-year-old model, who has landed campaigns for Dior, Calvin Klein and Estée Lauder in the past, has been slapped with a $3.3 million lawsuit by her former management, Marilyn Agency.
According to reports, the French model violated a three-year contract when she jumped ship to rival agency DNA Model Management despite being legally bound to stay on until September 2014.
The lawsuit, which also seeks a ruling that would ban DNA from representing Jablonski, stressed that Joblanski extended her contract with the agency for three more years back in 2011, which won’t end until September 2014.
In the lawsuit, Marilyn claims “DNA is unlawfully attempting to seize the coveted relationships that Marilyn has created and fostered for Jablonski.”
The company stressed that they helped the French model go from a “virtually unknown model” to one of the most bankable faces in the industry today.
Marilyn also took a swipe at DNA’s poaching of their model, saying that it was “for the purpose of destabilizing Marilyn’s business, and causing irreparable damage to its image (and) reputation.”
The model at the center of it all doesn’t sound too concerned however, in a tweet early this evening. “With a New Year comes new beginnings. After my bookers, many of those I began with at Marilyn and my dearest Marilyn Gaultier left the agency this past year, I decided to move on to DNA. I’m very excited with the move and I hope you are too!!” she posted.
How do you think will this legal drama end? We just have to wait and see.
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