Pamela Anderson Granted Restraining Order Against Web Company
Pamela Anderson has won a restraining order against an Internet design company following a legal battle over her official website. The former "Baywatch" star claims she hired experts at CMAEON to design her site in 2009, but fired the firm when she discovered a vital tool, which allowed customers to purchase Anderson-branded goods, was not working.
The lawsuit, filed in Indiana and obtained by TMZ.com, goes on to claim she hired another company to take over work on the website, but CMAEON designers refused to relinquish control. Anderson was granted a restraining order on Thursday, August 26.
It forces CMAEON to stop operating the site, which will be shut down until the other company hired by the actress can take over.
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