The 23-year-old singer became a brand ambassador for Superga back in 2013, but angered the company when she was photographed wearing Converse sneakers at a London nightclub last April.
Superga said the 23-year-old singer agreed not to wear other sneaker brands as part of her contract and withheld her third installment of $250,000 payment. Ora admitted to wearing the Converse shoes but said she still deserved to be paid.
Both sides have since settled out of court for undisclosed terms.
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