Carla Bruni-Sarkozy sues over nude bags
Carla Bruni takes legal action against clothing company
Carla Bruni-Sarkozy is suing a clothing company for selling bags featuring her nude image.
The French first-lady is taking legal action against the retailer,Pardon, which created ten thousand of the canvas shoppers, each illustrated with a nude image of the former supermodel, and the caption “My guy should have bought Pardon!”
The image was taken from a photograph of Bruni, shot during her modelling days for a campaign against Aids in1993.
The bags are on sale forthree euroseach.
Her lawyer released a statement, which read, ‘Carla Bruni-Sarkozy has exclusive and absolute rights over her image. We are going to ask for125,000 eurosin damages for the sale of this article which constitutes a moral and matrimonial attack.’
Pardon are not backing down though. Its founderPeter Mertesdisputed, ‘(Carla is) a public woman – you find photos of her everywhere.’
The company has, however, already withdrawn all the bags from its stores, and plans todestroy them.
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