Model Anais Mali Sued For Abandoning Modeling Agency

24 year old model Anais Mali has walked in some of the top runways and has made over one million dollars under the modeling agency DNA. But suddenly, Mali wants to break her contract with DNA and start modeling for a lesser known competitor, Next Modeling Agency.

According to court records, DNA is demanding over $2 millions dollars from Next as well as over $2 million from Mali herself for deciding to break her exclusive contract. Sources revealed Mali jumped around different agencies, including Wilhelmina and Ford, before deciding with DNA in 2013.

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  Mali has walked in top runways for Betsey Johnson, Vera Wang, Carolina Herrera, Victoria’s Secret and Catherine Malandrino. DNA said that more recently, Mali became the face of Dolce & Gabbana cosmetics and was even featured in Vogue and Allure magazines.

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During her first year with DNA, Mali’s billings increased by over 50%. When Mali’s two year contract ended in February, it was renewed for another year, but court papers revealed Mali sent an email to DNA in early June wanting to terminate the agreement with no type of explanation.

 

Last night #Cfda with @suno @maxosterweis

 

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Apparently, Next is infamous for “poaching” other agency’s models and has been sued many times before.

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