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Lauryn Hill Sued by Vintage Company

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Former Fugees frontwoman Lauryn Hill is being sued for allegedly keeping clothes on loan to her during a 2007 tour. The New York Daily News reports: "In a lawsuit filed in L.A. County Superior Court, Hill allegedly walked away with most of a 'wardrobe of high fashion items' that were provided by fashion consultant company Via Davia Vintage. The clothing was supplied to outfit Hill during her European tour in 2007. The former Fugees singer reportedly agreed to pay the company a set weekly fee for four weeks, but according to the lawsuit, she hung on to the clothes for three months." [NYDN]