Sarah Jessica Parker’s jewelry could cost her a pretty penny.
The actress was accused of borrowing $149,501.96 worth of accessories from Kat Florence Designs in 2016 and failing to return them, according to court documents viewed by Page Six on Wednesday.
The company claims that Parker, 53, wore the pieces during a photo shoot for the brand — which is currently suing her — and she asked if she could “personally borrow several pieces of the jewelry to wear for a few months and then return all the pieces.” They agreed to a two-month period, but according to the company, they still have not received the pieces including earrings worth $40,706.72 and a ring worth $27,115.
Kat Florence Design now wants restitution to the tune of $150,000 as part of their ongoing legal battle.
The company’s attorney told Page Six on Wednesday that they are scheduled to meet with a mediator in an effort to resolve the case on Friday in New York.
“It is our position in this case that after a photo shoot as part of the endorsement agreement, Ms. Parker requested that she could personally keep some of the pieces of the jewelry for a few months to wear personally. We agreed and documented what she had,” their attorney added. “This happened in March 2016. Over two years later, the jewelry was never returned to us.”
“We believe that as Ms. Parker has kept the jewelry since 2016 that she should pay us for it.”
Page Six previously reported that Kat Florence Design filed a suit against Parker in April after their joint venture failed. Parker filed her own countersuit in July, claiming that she performed her contractual obligations but the company never paid her for her efforts.
A representative for Parker didn’t immediately get back to us.