Supermodel Naomi Campbell
has lashed out at allegations she cut her former managers out of a perfume deal they helped to negotiate, blasting the accusations as "ridiculous and absurd."
Executives at Moodform Mission recently filed a lawsuit in a Manhattan, New York court claiming Campbell has failed to pay them their cut of profits from her fragrance line since last year.
The sexy star has launched a range of scents with manufacturers Procter & Gamble over the last nine years, including Cat Deluxe and Seductive Elixir - and Moodform bosses are now after their full share of the money from the fragrances' success.
However, Campbell is refusing to bow to their demands - her hotshot lawyer Marty Singer insists it is Moodform executives who are the ones at fault.
He tells TMZ
.com, "The lawsuit is nothing more than a preemptive strike since Moodform knows that my client has substantial claims against Moodform and their principals for millions of dollars for breaching their fiduciary duties among other acts of misconduct."
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