Lindsay Lohan’s Fashion App Can Go on Sale, Judge Rules in Favor
Good news for Lindsay Lohan and her company as the court gave verdict in her favor and now the app can go on-sale.
The reason as to why Judge ruled in Lindsay’s best interest was that the plaintiff could not afford a $100,000 bond for keeping up the restraining orders.
Lohan’s company was sued for stealing the idea of a man allegedly. RadarOnline mentions that according to court’s official papers, case against Lindsay’s company for stealing and the temporary retentive orders have been lifted.
“In as much as the plaintiff has failed to post the bond required by the court in its 2/25/15 decision and order spread on the record it is ordered that the temporary restraining order issued by the court on October 31, 2015 is vacated as to the defendant Vigme, Inc. only.
Although the case remains against brother Michael Lohan Jr. and herself, the TRO against the company Vigme Inc. is lifted.
This “Virtual Closet” app allows viewers or buyers to peek inside celebrity wardrobes and buy whatever they like instantly.
Lindsay Lohan and Michael Lohan Jr. will go to trial next year in New York regarding the $60 million lawsuit.