Entertainer Lauryn Hill is being sued for the second time in the last month, this time for not returning and/or paying for clothes that she wore during her 2007 UK tour.
According to TMZ, fashion consultant company Davia Vintage supplied Hill with her wardrobe for the long trek but the “That Thing” singer didn’t hold up her end of the bargain. The suit claims Hill agreed to pay for the clothes worn weekly for four weeks but kept the clothes for three months and only paid a small percentage before returning some of the clothes.
It’s currently unclear how much repayment Davia Vintage is demanding.
Last month, Hill was sued by former guitarist Jay Gore, for the same UK tour, insisting the ‘Miseducation’ hitmaker was verbally abusive and owes him $20,000.