It seems that Kendall Jenner is in serious trouble with the law. Italian clothing brand Liu Jo has sued the supermodel for violating the terms of a modeling contract.

According to the terms of the contract, the model was supposed to be present in two photo shoots, but Kendall appeared in only one. The shooting was originally scheduled for March 2020, but the organizers postponed the date due to the pandemic.

In the docs, Liu Jo claims that they proposed moving the schedule to a time that would be convenient for Kendall in the fall of 2020, but she “ultimately rejected all bona fide compromise proposals,” a source told TMZ. The company also claims that they offered to arrange for filming in October 2020, but Kendall’s managers said this was not possible.

Liu Jo paid Jenner a $ 1.3 million royalty in February 2020 for two shoots, so the company now hopes to receive not only a refund, but compensation for the disrupted filming.

Representatives of the model also did not remain silent. Jenner’s team says they’ve tried many times to compromise with the brand by offering filming in the US. Kendall’s agency The Society Management spoke to TMZ, calling the lawsuit “unfounded.”

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