Naomi Campbell Sued by Miami Beach Scent Makers

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Something smells rotten in the state of Naomi Campbell's business affairs. 

Moodform Mission, a company based in both Miami Beach and London, England has filed suit against Supermodel Campbell claiming she violated a longstanding business agreement. 

Moodform helped Campbell develop her line of perfumes, which are primarly sold and marketed in Europe, and include such scents as Paradise Passion, Sunset, Cat Deluxe and Cat Deluxe at Night (...for when you want to smell like a luxurious pussy after dark). 

But they claim that Campbell has stopped paying them their share of the profits. 

Though, according to TMZ, Campbell's lawyers Marty Singer claims that it's actually Moodform's business acumen that isn't smelling like roses Cat Deluxe at Night. 

"The lawsuit is nothing more than a preemptive strike since Moodform knows that my client has substantial claims against Moodform and their principals for millions of dollars for breaching their fiduciary duties among other acts of misconduct," Singer told the online tab.

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