A pair of lucite heels have filed the necessary paperwork to bring about a defamation case against 18 year old singer/actress/reality star/46 year old Courtney Stodden. The shoes, who go by the name "Baby Phat", filed the suit in a Tampa Bay area courtroom this morning. Claiming that Ms. Stodden, who is married to Lost-actor Doug Hutchinson, a man thrice her age who was born in a lab after an intern accidentally put a signed headshot of Corey Haim and a Glad Scent & Fresh candle into a re-animator, has often been seen in and around the Los Angeles area donning shoes that bare a starting resemblance to her accuser.
Though lucite heels have been working professionally in adult films and strip clubs but Phat claims that since Stodden has been seen in the heels they are now viewed as "trashy" and that wearers have potential "daddy issues."
This is not the first time lucite heels have had a legal brush with a celebrity. The shoes have previously been involved in public rows with Shauna Sands and Dame Judi Dench, accusing both of being "swagger jaggers." Interestingly, it was the latter of which that was the impetus for the similarly titled Cher Lloyd song.
Stodden released a statement this afternoon which said simply, "Don't put it on me, girl. Don't put in on me, girl, no. Don't put it on me, girl. D-d-d-d-d-don't."
The case is expected to go to trial with Stodden facing up to 3 hours in jail. The suit will be seen by Judge Judith Sheindlin never because it is not "rill."
UPDATE: In a shocking twist, Ms. Stodden has filed a countersuit claiming she has been bullied so incessantly by lucite heels that she now has corns. She also noted in her statement that shoes are not even "rill" any way and according to her legal representation, Gloria Allred and Saul from Breaking Bad.