Woman Sues Paris for Stealing Her Style

When a friend, co-worker, or classmate starts dressing a little too close to your personal style, there isn't really too much you can do other than f
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When a friend, co-worker, or classmate starts dressing a little too close to your personal style, there isn't really too much you can do other than f
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When a friend, co-worker, or classmate starts dressing a little too close to your personal style, there isn't really too much you can do other than flinging a passive-aggressive (non)compliment her way or staring at the offending item in an accusatory manner. At least, that's what we always thought... But apparently, for California woman Nicolle O'Neill, this was not enough. Convinced that Paris Hilton stole her personal style, she actually filed a lawsuit claiming emotional distress. Contactmusic.com has more: "Two pages of documents spell out specific charges against Hilton, including a claim that she stole O'Neill's idea to expose her underwear under her trousers. O'Neill also claims Paris swiped her idea to shop in vintage stores for retro dresses. Hilton has yet to issue a response to the allegations." We say: Nicolle, we feel your pain, but there's no way Paris' outfits (um, did you see her Halloween costume?) can be attributed to anything other than her own deranged mind. -ALISON COOL