Die-hard fans of Philipp Plein (42) may find the following scenario all too familiar: The designer poses in front of a luxury sleigh either alone or in the presence of attractive women. The 42-year-old has published such images on the Internet many times – and one of them should now doom him: A dispute with the Italian car manufacturer Ferrari Plein now brought a hefty fine!
As is apparent from the lawyer’s letter, which he sent via Instagram A court in Milan has ruled that the fashion designer will offer $ 200,000 Ferrari should pay. The reason for this is trademark infringement. Plein had published a photo last summer, in which he had artist Alec Monopoly and some lightly dressed women in front of his green one Ferrari 812 Superfast stands. Then Plein was accused of using Ferrarito advertise its products that are worn by the people in the shot.
And what does Heidi Klums (47) buddy say about it? Plein is unreasonable: “I cannot accept this judgment and will contest the decision”, he put on his InstagramProfile clear. “Except Ferrari agrees to share the money with my company to the surviving daughter of the deceased American George Floyd to donate, “is his counter-proposal.” Instead of concentrating on this feeble argument, we should do something good together. “
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