The 47-year-old professional comedian, Chelsea Handler, has sued ThirdLove, a company based in San Francisco, for breach of contract. She is known not just for her sense of humor but is also notable for being the star of shows such as The Chelsea Handler Show and This Means War.

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Comedian Chelsea Handler
Comedian Chelsea Handler

ThirdLove Skipped A Campaign Worth $1 Million – Claimed Chelsea Handler

Chelsea Handler has filed a lawsuit against ThirdLove due to several contractual issues. Handler claims she was supposed to do a campaign for ThirdLove earlier this year and according to her contract, the company would have compensated her with more than 1 million dollars. That didn’t happen and Handler has found it necessary to take legal action to enforce her right to be compensated.

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Chelsea Handler
Chelsea Handler

Promote ThirdLove For An Exchange Of $1,060,000 + Other Expenses – The Contract Highlighted

Chelsea Handler and ThirdLove began their contract on January 1st, stating that the comedian:

would exclusively promote the ThirdLove brand in exchange for compensation of $1,060,000, plus expenses.

According to a recent report, ThirdLove was supposed to introduce a whole new line of products. A campaign and promotional shoot were planned for Jan. 27, but the company “unilaterally canceled,” according to court documents, the night before. The company claims that its board had not approved the marketing campaign and intervened at “the eleventh hour.”

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Chelsea Handler sued ThirdLove
Chelsea Handler sued ThirdLove

This Is How The Internet Reacted To Comedian Chelsea Handler’s Lawsuit

With all being said, Handler is suing ThirdLove for breach of contract. She is demanding attorneys’ fees. She believes her total damages to be greater than $1.5 million, but she wants the exact amount decided at trial.

Source: PEOPLE

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