Modeling Agency Says Former Exec Lied About Sick Husband

Law360 (August 13, 2019, 7:23 PM EDT) -- Ford Models has hit a former executive with a lawsuit in New York state court, accusing her of lying about having to care full-time for her sick husband so she could get out of her noncompete agreement and go work for a major competitor.

The modeling agency’s Monday complaint claimed that after Vice President of Operations Josee Neron said she wanted to resign to help care for her sick husband full-time, the company released her from a noncompete stipulation in her employment agreement. However, after she resigned in July, Ford Models said it found out she actually went to work for...

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