Claiming that an "intoxicated" and "scantily clad" Anna Nicole Smith marred this summer's Live 8 concert in Philadelphia, organizers of the charity fundraiser yesterday sued the Trimspa diet firm for failing to control its erratic spokesmodel and not paying a six-figure promotional fee.
The Live 8 complaint, which seeks in excess of $500,000 in damages, contends that Trimspa not only stiffed the group on the promotional fee, but "to add insult to injury, when Ms. Smith showed up to the Philadelphia concert to be integrated into the ABC broadcast...she was intoxicated and scantily clad in revealing attire that was totally inappropriate for a broadcast that would be seen by millions of people in the United States and then rebroadcast throughout the world."
December 10, 2005
Anna Nicole Smith Sued For Being What She is Best Known For: Drunk and Lewd
One can only assume that the event's organizers have been living under a large, satellite signal-dampening rock for the last fifteen years or so. You might as well sue a Quarter Pounder for being made of meat and cheese.