Brand that signed singer as their ambassador attempt to bring her to heel after she’s spotted sporting rival’s company’s shoes, reports dailymail.co.uk.
The Kosovan-born singer might want to be a little more careful with her outfits after a pair of trainers landed her in the centre of a 100,000 pounds legal battle.
As the face of the spring/summer 2013 campaign for sportswear brand Superga – a label owned by Scottish firm GL Dameck – Ora agreed not to be seen wearing any trainers other than the company’s footwear.
But in April 2013 the singer was spotted in a pair of grubby white Converse trainers as she left Mayfair haunt Mahiki with her celebrity friends Cara Delevingne and Ellie Goulding.
GL Dameck claimed this was a breach of Miss Ora’s contract and cited the Converse incident as a reason for withholding the third and fourth instalments of the singer’s 180,000 pounds fee.
Ora admitted breaching a clause of the agreement but claimed it did not excuse GL Dameck’s failure to pay her fee.
She demanded payment of 90,000 pounds plus VAT, costs and interest – and the case has now been settled out of court.
Representatives for Rita Ora and GL Dameck declined to comment.