Supermodel MARISA MILLER has lost a breach of contract lawsuit against bosses at a tanning company.
The former Victoria’s Secret star was paid $1.8 million (£1.45 million) by bosses at tanning brand Glissin to become their spokesperson, promote the company, and develop her own line of products.
She was also allegedly contracted to appear in print advertisements and a behind-the-scenes video from a photoshoot, and also to make several media appearances, but according to the lawsuit, obtained by TMZ.com, she only appeared in a short video, only promoted the brand on social media once, and never appeared at the Glissin salon in Los Angeles.
Glissin bosses sued Miller and bosses at her management firm, which is run by her husband Griffin Guess, for the $1.8 million and an extra pay-out to cover expenses they allegedly incurred during the failed deal.
The 38-year-old has been ordered to pay $300,000 (£242,000) to the company. Her managers at Cartel Management were also ordered to pay $700,000 (£564,000).