Jimmy Choo Founder Tamara Mellon Wins The Lawsuit Against Her Mother

The legal case between Tamara Mellon and her mother has been settled, after a legal battle that has been ongoing since 2008. The iconic shoe guru and founder of Jimmy Choo received $6 million from 70-year-old Ann Yeardye her mother, a former Chanel model, after the two camps came to a settlement last week.
The pair clashed after Tamara Mellon, who made $100 million from her footwear empire, sold the shoe label to an investment group; but an accounting error meant some shares were mistakenly transferred to a family account run by Mrs Yeardye. Yeardye allegedly refused to return them, calling the claims that a mistake had been made "erroneous'' and launching a counter complaint against her daughter for fraud and breach of contract.


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