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Lauryn Hill is being sued for not returning and paying for the clothes that she wore during her 2007 European tour.
The 'Ex Factor' singer embarked on a long tour of Europe four years ago and used fashion consultant company Via Davia Vintage to supply clothes for her shows. Now, documents obtained by TMZ.com claim that Lauryn was provided with an entire wardrobe of high fashion items which she allegedly agreed to pay weekly over four weeks.
According to the lawsuit, Lauryn kept the clothes for three months and only paid a small amount of the agreed fee before returning 30 per cent of the clothes.
This is not the first lawsuit Lauryn has received over the 2007 tour. Just last month, guitarist Jay Gore sued the singer £12,500 after claiming that she did not pay him the full amount he was owed.