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Model Says New York Jewelry Chain Stole Her Image

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Jeweler allegedly continued using the model’s likeness after their agreement expired.

Danish model Regitze Christensen has accused Manhattan-based Satya Jewelry of having stolen and exploited her image to promote its business, the New York Post reports, citing a Manhattan Supreme Court filing. The article explains that Christensen and Satya Jewelry had an agreement which allowed Satya to use her picture in various advertising and marketing materials, but Christensen alleges that the jewelry maker used her likeness after the agreement expired in 2014. She’s seeking unspecified damages.

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