Yoko Ono Settles with Brooklyn Designer, Has to Pay Undisclosed Sum

By Kevin Rutherford

Yoko Ono will have to pay a Brooklyn designer who claimed the singer had ripped off her clothing designs.

According to Page Six, Ono filed papers in a Brooklyn federal court agreeing to pay money to Haleh Nematzadeh for supposedly using her designs and passing them off as her own.

Both sides have signed a confidentiality agreement prohibiting the involved parties tot talk about the settlement; as such, the amount of money is undisclosed.

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The settlement comes after Ono initially discounted Nematzadeh’s lawsuit, looking to get the court to nix it.

The Brooklynite’s original suit alleged that Ono stole multiple fashion concepts from her; she said she was originally meeting with Ono’s camp for the singer to use some of Nematzadeh’s designs in 2012 but was eventually cut off from contact, prompting the suit.

 

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