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Back in 2009, Mischa Barton had a chance at primetime television fame again. Sure, it was on the CW, but hey, at least she would be on television with a regular gig. One teensy weensy problem. She was wasted out of her mind most of the time so she hired a sober coach. Technically a fleet of sober coaches. According to her lawyer, it was actually the mom who hired them, but, it was Mischa. Well, the company did their job and when the show was canceled and their services no longer required, they expected to be paid. Companies are funny that way. They wanted to be paid to the tune of $90K. Mischa didn't pay and they sued. Now, Mischa is trying to get the judgment against her to go away. I'm also guessing that Mischa doesn't have that kind of scratch to pay them anyway. She has dumped all of her money in that store of hers and thinks it is going to make her a Simpsonaire which for those of you who don't know is a celebrity who thinks they are going to get rich selling and designing clothes. Also known as an Olsenaire, but only if you also look homeless or like Rachel Zoe.
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