On this day in fashion history

2008, Tamara Mellon took her mother, Ann Yeardye, to court for breach of contract. Both Yeardye and Mellon formerly held interest in Jimmy Choo through family trusts, but when they sold the business to Hicks Muse in 2004, Yeardye allegedly received stock in error that should rightfully have gone to Mellon – and subsequently refused to return it.

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