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Kelly Brook dumped by lingerie brand

Kelly Brook has been dumped by a lingerie brand due to the drama surrounding her break-up with David McIntosh.

By: Indo-Asian News Service | London |
February 5, 2015 4:31:20 pm
Kelly Brook Kelly Brook’s love dramas seem to have sabotaged the professional relationship.

Supermodel Kelly Brook, known for her hourglass figure, has reportedly been dumped by a lingerie brand due to the drama surrounding her break-up with David McIntosh.

Brook had struck a lucrative deal to front the lingerie line of a high street chain, but her love dramas seem to have sabotaged the professional relationship, reports dailystar.co.uk.

A fashion industry source told The Sun newspaper: “Kelly has had a partnership with New Look for years and it’s made both parties a lot of money. But Kelly’s reputation has changed recently because she’s being talked about for her dodgy relationships, especially with David. She wasn’t seen as a good fit going forward for the brand.”

However, as per sources close to Brook, it was she who gave New Look the elbow – presumably to concentrate on work over in the US.

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She is currently in Los Angeles preparing for the release of new series “One Big Happy”.

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