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Janice Dickinson has slammed Ryan Seacrest's TV production company accusing them of dragging her into a 'false controversy' on the Shahs of Sunset reality TV show, court papers reveal.
The legendary supermodel appeared on an episode of Shahs and was 'falsely' accused of 'jacking' a dress the show's star Golnesa 'GG' Gharachedaghi had chosen for the runway at LA Fashion Week, the papers allege.
Dickinson - Runway - Model - Designer - Erik
Dickinson had agreed to appear as a runway model pro bono for designer Erik Rosette, aka Triple X, at the glitzy event in the fall of 2016, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com.
The star had appeared at Rosette's show every year between 2010-2016 and she wanted to help promote and support her friend's Mister Triple X label as well as young emerging artists and designers under the Art Hearts Fashion organization, the papers state.
Time - Papers - Rosette - Ryan - Seacrest
But this time, the papers allege, Rosette conspired with Ryan Seacrest Productions, Truly Original and Sun Productions to script an episode of Shahs around the event to include a 'false controversy' in which Dickinson was shown to have intentionally 'stolen' or 'bullied her way into wearing' an outfit already chosen by show star GG.
The papers claim that backstage at the fashion event, held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, a member of Rosette's staff 'strongly encouraged' Dickinson to wear a 'shiny silver romper' for the catwalk.
Scenario - Model - GG - Dickinson - 'stole
But in a further scripted scenario model GG blew up at Dickinson after discovering she had 'stole' or 'jacked' the outfit from her.
The suit claims Dickinson's purported 'theft' was scripted to cause GG 'trauma' and 'consternation'.
GG - Dickinson - Camera - Papers - State
GG then 'intentionally, maliciously and falsely disparaged (Dickinson) on camera', the papers state.
Dickinson accuses the production team of keeping the TV plot secret and claims they wanted to capitalize on the former...
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