Normally it's just K-Fed and his lawyer, Mark Vincent Kaplan, who haul Britney Spears' ass to court. Guess they're letting Louis Vuitton in on the action today.
The French luxury company won a court injunction in Paris to keep the pop star's 2005 "Do Something" video â€" in which Britney Spears, 25, drives around in a pink Hummer with a counterfeit Vuitton "cherry blossom" monogrammed dash â€" from airing on European TV stations, according to several news sources.
Britney Spears totes around poor her Yorkie pup, London - but it's the singer who's the bitch according to a ruling by a judge awarding damages to Louis Vuitton.
The civil court ruling also ordered the music video's producer to pay $117,600 for damages to Louis Vuitton's image, in addition to $1,470 per day until the video is removed from the Internet. No word on whether Brit wears pants in the video.
Named in the suit are Spears' record label, Jive Records, parent company Zomba Label Group and Sony BMG and MTV Online, where the video has appeared.
Vuitton, Jive and reps for Spears did not respond to requests for comment from WWD. No word on whether Britney Spears was too busy driving in sunglasses at night with Sean Preston and Jayden James to comment.