Let the trials flow like a thrilling natural spring that refuses to bottle. That's right, Fiji Water speaks to Fiji Water Woman.
The virally famous Fiji Water Woman, whose real name is Kelly Steinbach, entered the limelight at the 2019 Golden Globes for its eerie photobomb celebs ability. But things took a trip to the weird when we learned that she was Fiji Water. It also turns out that the overpriced H2O supplier can do that too.
According to the trial that BuzzFeed News dug up, Fiji Water and its parent The Wonderful Company claim that Steinbach "rejected the valid agreement between himself and FIJI to act as ambassador for Fiji Water Brand and allow FIJI to use its equality in her related advertising campaign and instead tried to eliminate almost half a million dollars from FIJI because she wanted a better deal than the original $ 90,000 she was originally accepted in return for such rights. "
In other words, Fiji claims that Steinbach So, which way the viral winds blew and decided to get some extra compensation. Again, that's Fiji Waters taking on things. Steinbach obviously looks a little different: she claims she was "pressed" to "sign her rights in moniker" Fiji Water Girl "."
Fijien's resistance does not stop at extortion claims. The legal filing also takes a moment to call Steinbach ungrateful.
"[The] irony is not lost at FIJI, that Mrs Steinbach has now bitten the hand that gives her by suing the very firm that is fully responsible for giving her the opportunity and means to exploit her fleeting 15 minutes internet fame. "
So what's happening now? Well, if the parties cannot agree on the court, they will probably be left to the California court to decide.
Who would have thought that viral fame could become sour so quickly. Oh wait.