Sydney Sweeney named in lawsuit from swimwear and lifestyle brand who say she breached modeling and promotional agreement they reached
Euphoria actress Sydney Sweeney has been named in a lawsuit by a swimwear and lifestyle brand named LA Collective who claim she breached an agreement to model and promote their goods.
LA Collective said in legal docs reviewed by TMZ that it reached an accord with the 24-year-old actress last year to be an ambassador and influencer for their emerging Somewhere Swimwear line.
The company said in court docs that Sweeney looked to be involved with the project, as she gave her approval on designs and prototypes produced for the line, according to the outlet.
The latest: Euphoria actress Sydney Sweeney, 24, has been named in a lawsuit by a swimwear and lifestyle brand named LA Collective who claim she breached an agreement to model and promote their goods. She was snapped in LA last month
LA Collective told the court that reps for the Spokane, Washington-born actress changed nixed the contract without explaining the decision or reasoning behind the move.
LA Collective said that Sweeney, who plays Cassie Howard on Euphoria, wore the swimwear on a minimum of five episodes of the HBO series.
The company is asking for damages, as it said in court docs it had forecasted $ 3 million in sales for the swimsuits.
Sweeney has inked a deal as an ambassador for Manhattan-based fashion designer Tory Burch for her label’s line of handbags and shoes, Vogue reported last month.
LA Collective said in legal docs that it reached an accord with the actress last year to be an ambassador and influencer for their emerging Somewhere Swimwear line. She was snapped at the Met Gala earlier this month
Reps for the Spokane, Washington-born actress possible nixed the contract without explaining the decision or reasoning behind the move, LA Collective told the court
Sweeney, seen on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon earlier this month, is currently an ambassador for the fashion label Tory Burch
Sweeney told the fashion outlet that she has long been a fan of the label, dating back to her childhood.
‘In third grade, my best friend got us matching Tory headbands for Christmas, which stands out to me so much,’ Sweeney said. ‘I’d never had something so nice; I was so excited I wore that headband every day for weeks. I’m sure my mom thought something was wrong with me, but it was the first nice thing I’d ever had.
‘Growing up in a small town, you’d see Tory’s store [in the mall]and that was where everyone wanted to be able to shop. ‘
Sweeney said that collaborating with Burch on the brand’s holiday ad campaign cast year ‘felt very natural and fluid,’ and that she ‘completely hit it off’ with Burch when they met.
Burch said of Sweeney, according to Vogue, that ‘she is unapologetic and empowered in her approach to acting and business,’ and ‘one of the most talented and relevant young actors working today.’
Dailymail.com has reached out to Sweeney’s reps for comment on the story.