NEW YORK (AP) -- A cosmetics-marketing company claims in a New York lawsuit that Naomi Campbell didn't hand over its cut of the proceeds from a fragrance-licensing agreement.
The lawsuit says the supermodel violated a 1998 contract by leaving Moodform Mission out of a deal made within roughly the past year.
It says she stopped paying Moodform Mission its share of proceeds from scents it helped develop. Those include Naomi Campbell, Cat Deluxe and Seductive Elixir.
A Campbell spokesman and a lawyer who has represented her didn't immediately respond to messages Tuesday. Neither did a representative for Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble Co., which sells the fragrances.
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Moodform Mission is based in Miami Beach, Fla., and London.
The lawsuit was filed late Monday and seeks unspecified damages.
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