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Katherine Heigl is so broke, she’s suing a drugstore

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Katherine Heigl has been a bit low on money, as we all know, and apparently the bank account must REALLY be running dry and it’s time to resort to new measures to get the cash flow back up again, so she’s suing Duane Reade drugstores for $6 million. HAHA!

From The Wrap:

“Grey’s Anatomy” alum Heigl has filed a $6 million lawsuit against New York-based pharmacy chain Duane Reade, claiming that the company is illegally using her photo to for commercial gain.

According to the suit, filed in federal court in New York on Thursday, Duane Reade used a paparazzi shot of Heigl leaving a Duane Reade store and put the shot up on the company’s Facebook and Twitter accounts to “imply falsely that Plaintiff endorses Defendant.”

In one instance, the lawsuit alleges, Duane Reade posted a tweet of the photo with the message, “Love a quick #DuaneReade run? Even @KateHeigl can’t resist shopping #NYC’s favorite drugstore.”

Haha, WHAT? I can’t. So Duane Reade tweeted a picture of Katherine shopping in their stores and now they’re gaining from her? Sorry, but homegirl has a rather elevated idea of her influence. Knowing she goes to Duane Reade isn’t going to make me want to go there, to be honest – in fact, I’d probably be LESS likely to shop there (and truth be told, my apartment is closer to a Walgreen’s, anyway), so she needs to calm down.

This whole thing just screams desperation.

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  • That is low… If only she wasn’t such a diva she would get work and pay her bill. It pays to be nice and get along with people!
    Especially that most people out thre are rather nice.

    • People, what do her manners have to do with the law..?
      They used her public persona for personal gain and she’s right to try and get compensation. They broke the law so they should pay.
      The rummers of her her not being a very nice lady have no relevance here.

      • You are correct. Still, if she was just concerned about the law, she might start with a cease and desist (that would almost certainly be honored). Jumping to litigation is a dck move plain and simple.