A fashion consultant who outfitted Lauryn Hill with clothing for her 2007 European tour has filed suit against the singer-songwriter, claiming that she never returned the clothes.

According to TMZ, Via Davia Vintage gave Ms. Hill “an entire wardrobe of high fashion items,” claiming that there was an agreement to pay a fixed weekly fee for a month. But after the timeframe elapsed, Hill kept the clothes for three months and only paid a fraction of what she owed. She also is accused of returning only 30 percent of what was provided.

Last month, a former member of her band from the same tour filed a suit of more than $20,000, claiming that she stiffed him out of thousands of dollars once the trek wrapped up.

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