Hillary Clinton’s Hairdresser Sued For $11 Million

Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent
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Hillary Clinton’s hairdresser is being sued for $11 million by the swanky department store Saks Fifth Avenue for breach of contract.

Hillary Clinton

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John Barrett — who cut the Democratic nominee’s hair back in March for a cool $600 — owns and runs the salon on the penthouse level of Bergdorf’s. In a new court filing, Saks claims that he backed out of a deal to open 15 salons in its stores over the next decade and work exclusively for them. (RELATED: Francois Hollande Pays His Hairdresser A Six-Figure Salary And People Are Outraged)

Barrett claims they “were not in a position to execute on the partnership” and immediately refused to perform the functions of the agreement, Page Six reported Sunday.

Clinton and her vice president pick, Tim Kaine. (Photo: Reuters)

Clinton and her vice president pick, Tim Kaine. (Photo: Reuters)

He now continues to cut and color hair inside of Bergdorf’s on 5th Avenue in New York City, where he personally cuts Clinton’s locks. The store closes off a private entrance and elevator bank when she arrives. (RELATED: The Internet Is Furious Over What James Comey Said About Hillary Clinton’s Emails)