Thursday, July 21, 2011

Video Melissa Molinaro Kembaran Kim Kardashian

Video Melissa Molinaro Kembaran Kim Kardashian


Kim Kardashian demanding clothing brand Old Navy and its parent company, The Gap Inc.., The Federal Court in Los Angeles. As quoted by news agency Associated Press (AP), Old Navy has been accused of violating the rights of publicity because it features women who like Kim in his ads. Therefore, Kim asked for the clothing brand stop using the models in their advertising.

In the video uploaded Old Navy ad on YouTube, it does look dark-haired figure of a woman who barely resembles Kim. Since uploaded February 17, 2011, ad with the headline 'Super CUTE' has been viewed more than 2 million people.

In his complaint, Kim claims, consumers likely confused and mistook that existing models in the video is him. As is known, Kim himself has many fans. He was noted to have eight million followers on Twitter, more than 5 million fans on Facebook and successfully occupied the first rank as the most searched celebrities on the internet.

"(Kim) has invested much time, energy, money and effort in developing the professional, commercial achievement, and success, as well as in developing popularity, fame, and able to stand out in the public eye," as quoted from the contents of the lawsuit.

GAP spokesman based in San Francisco, Louise Callagy admitted, the company has not seen such cases and are reluctant to give comment. Meanwhile, the model whose face resembles Kim, Melissa Molinaro upset because this is a new question now. Because the ad had been aired since five months ago.

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