Last month, the company tweeted out a link to a story with a paparazzi photo of the actress carrying two bags branded with its logo. "Love a quick #DuaneReade run? Even @KatieHeigl can't resist shopping #
To back up her case for monetary damages, the "Grey's Anatomy" and "27 Dresses" star listed her onscreen accomplishments in the filing and, in what TMZ noted was a bit of overkill in the "look at how famous I am" department, included her number of
The case also reportedly says that if Heigl were to win, she'd donate the money to the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation, which helps animals and was founded in 2008 in memory of the actress' brother, who died after a car accident.
Now, did Heigl try to settle out of court first? A source tells Us Weekly yes, the actress' attorneys reached out to the drugstore chain.
Um, poor taste? In that case, the company promptly apologized.
"It was an innocent mistake and we apologise to Ms. Adams who was not aware, or a part of, our PR efforts," Valentino said in a statement.
Never know what's going to happen with a picture once it hits the Internet ...
Incidentally, Duane Reade was just a finalist for a Shorty Award -- like the