Lindsay Lohan sued over fake tan

Lindsay Lohan released a fake tan called Sevin Nyne this summer claiming she and celebrity air-brush tan artist Lorit Simon co-created it over the past three years. Now a St. Petersburg chemist named Jennifer Sunday says Lohan and Simon stole the formula from her. The ingredients of the tanning mist include goji berry, caramel, Chardonnay extracts and a sugar-coconut base. She’s suing Lohan, Simon and Simon’s company for breach of contract, theft of trade secrets, civil conspiracy, intentional interference with contractual relations and deceptive and unfair trade practices.

Simon signed a confidentiality agreement in January with Sunday’s company, White Wave International Labs. A copy of the agreement was included in the lawsuit. The suit says Simon and Sunday had been negotiating over samples of the tanning mist, but the sides couldn’t agree on a price.

“The next thing we know, Lorit Simon and Lindsay Lohan are partnering and Ms. Lohan is taking credit for developing this formula, which she indeed had no role in,” Cohen said.

Whatever the case may be, one thing we know for sure is Lindsay had no hand in formulating this spray. Have you seen her for the past three years? All she’s done is get wasted and get into car crashes. The most she ever did for this was look through the produce and fruit section at Von’s, pick up celery, bananas, onions and ginger, bring it to Simon and tell her, “Here. I found new ingredients.” Lindsay had about as much to do with creating Sevin Nyne as you did creating Gatorade from Gatorade powder and water.

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14 years ago

I DID create Gatorade. Those things are a bitch to get into a blender.

Thanks I’ll just go sit in the corner.

14 years ago