Millie Mackintosh EXCLUSIVE: Former reality star owes THOUSANDS of designer of Irish swimwear

Settlement: Millie Mackintosh has claimed that she owed thousands of pounds to the Irish fashion designer Virginia Macari after she launched her swimwear collection launch in April

Millie Mackintosh claims that she owed thousands of pounds to the Irish fashion designer Virginia Macari after she appeared in April in her introduction campaign for bath fashion collections.

The former star of Made In Chelsea, 29, ran in Marbella, weeks after her fashion brand Cammac collapsed in March, on the designer's catwalk show.

And now Millie has again received a financial blow because she has not yet received the full payment for her work.

Settlement: Millie Mackintosh has claimed that she owed thousands of pounds to the Irish fashion designer Virginia Macari after she launched her swimwear collection launch in April

Settlement: Millie Mackintosh has claimed that she owed thousands of pounds to the Irish fashion designer Virginia Macari after she launched her swimwear collection launch in April

Frustration: the former star of Made In Chelsea, 29, walked weeks later in the show of the designer in Marbella, after her fashion brand Cammac collapsed in March (Virginia is the center)

Frustration: the former star of Made In Chelsea, 29, walked weeks later in the show of the designer in Marbella, after her fashion brand Cammac collapsed in March (Virginia is the center)

Frustration: the former star of Made In Chelsea, 29, walked weeks later in the show of the designer in Marbella, after her fashion brand Cammac collapsed in March (Virginia is the center)

According to a statement from MailOnline, Millie, Irish stylist Courtney Smith and PR agency Hannah Saunders PR claim that they owe more than £ 24,000 for their services to promote the swimwear launch in the spring.

Style star Millie, who also promoted the brand on social media, says that she has received only minimal payment, just like her co-creditors, and that she will take legal action to receive the rest of her compensation.

All involved parties have said that & # 39; multiple attempts have been made to connect & # 39; with the Marbella-based designer to organize a payment plan, that has been ignored.

Tricky: According to a document obtained by MailOnline, Millie, along with Irish stylist Courtney Smith (pictured left) and public relations agency Hannah Saunders PR, apparently owe more than £ 24,000 for their services to promote the swimwear launch in spring

Tricky: According to a document obtained by MailOnline, Millie, along with Irish stylist Courtney Smith (pictured left) and public relations agency Hannah Saunders PR, apparently owe more than £ 24,000 for their services to promote the swimwear launch in spring

Tricky: According to a document obtained by MailOnline, Millie, along with Irish stylist Courtney Smith (pictured left) and public relations agency Hannah Saunders PR, apparently owe more than £ 24,000 for their services to promote the swimwear launch in spring

The statement, issued by Newman Doyle Solicitors from Dublin, also said that the designer offered several apologies for non-payment and refused to address the issue directly.

She has instead appointed several spokespersons, who have said that the brand & # 39; insufficient money & # 39; has to pay them.

A spokesperson for Millie's management told MailOnline: "Yes, I can confirm that all information is correct and that there have been several attempts to resolve the situation, but nothing has come of it. It is really a pity that it is here. & # 39;

Legal: Style-star Millie, who also promoted the brand on social media, has received only minimal payment, just like her co-creditors, and will take legal action to get the rest of her compensation

Legal: Style-star Millie, who also promoted the brand on social media, has received only minimal payment, just like her co-creditors, and will take legal action to get the rest of her compensation

Legal: Style-star Millie, who also promoted the brand on social media, has received only minimal payment, just like her co-creditors, and will take legal action to get the rest of her compensation

MailOnline contacted Virginia Macari for comment.

Virginia came to the forefront in Ireland after appearing on the Dublin Housewives reality show in 2012, bringing her swimwear label of the same name onto the market.

Since its reality in practice, the Irish-Italian designer has exchanged Ireland for Marbella, together with her husband Kaste Dahl and son Thor, to focus on her fashion brand, which sells bikinis, swimwear and beachwear from £ 225.

Start: Virginia came to the fore in Ireland after appearance at the 2012 Dublin Housewives reality show, which saw her launch her swimwear label

Start: Virginia came to the fore in Ireland after appearance at the 2012 Dublin Housewives reality show, which saw her launch her swimwear label

Start: Virginia came to the fore in Ireland after appearance at the 2012 Dublin Housewives reality show, which saw her launch her swimwear label

Relocation: since its reality in practice, the Irish-Italian designer has swapped Ireland for Spain, together with her husband Kaste Dahl and son Thor to concentrate on her fashion brand, which sells bikinis, bathing suits and beachwear from £ 225

Relocation: since its reality in practice, the Irish-Italian designer has swapped Ireland for Spain, together with her husband Kaste Dahl and son Thor to concentrate on her fashion brand, which sells bikinis, bathing suits and beachwear from £ 225

Relocation: since its reality in practice, the Irish-Italian designer has swapped Ireland for Spain, together with her husband Kaste Dahl and son Thor to concentrate on her fashion brand, which sells bikinis, bathing suits and beachwear from £ 225

Over the years she has enlisted the help of a number of influential women such as Vogue Williams, Roxy Horner and former Miss World Rosanna Davidson to promote her brand online and during her annual showcase.

And according to the statement, the trio in the middle of the fiasco also became aware that other celebrity names in the fashion industry, who had worked on earlier promotions for the brand, were also put on hold & # 39; .

In recent months, the swimwear label has remained radio silence on social media.

Helping hand: Over the years, she has recruited the help of a number of influential women such as Vogue Williams to promote the brand.

Helping hand: Over the years, she has recruited the help of a number of influential women such as Vogue Williams to promote the brand.

Helping hand: Over the years, she has recruited the help of a number of influential women such as Vogue Williams to promote the brand.

The last tweet sent from the brand's account was on April 11, two weeks prior to the April catwalk show at the Puente Romano Hotel, while the last Instagram post dates back to June 14.

In addition, the last post on the brand's Facebook dates from May 11 with a Millie story by MailOnline.

Her personal Instagram account until this week suggested she was in Los Angeles.

The legal claim comes months after Millie & # 39; s fashion brand went bankrupt.

Silence in social media: the last tweet sent from the brand's account was on April 11, two weeks prior to the April showcase at the Puente Romano Hotel, while the last Instagram post dates back to June 14

Silence in social media: the last tweet sent from the brand's account was on April 11, two weeks prior to the April showcase at the Puente Romano Hotel, while the last Instagram post dates back to June 14

Silence in social media: the last tweet sent from the brand's account was on April 11, two weeks prior to the April showcase at the Puente Romano Hotel, while the last Instagram post dates back to June 14

Promotion: also the last post on the Facebook of the brand dates from 11 May with a story by Millie by MailOnline

Promotion: also the last post on the Facebook of the brand dates from 11 May with a story by Millie by MailOnline

Promotion: also the last post on the Facebook of the brand dates from 11 May with a story by Millie by MailOnline

She launched her Cammac label in 2014 exclusively on the fashion website ASOS and immediately became a hit thanks to her big followers on social media.

According to the Evening Standard in March, the former E4 had to liquidate the company with a deficit of £ 548,000, losing £ 178,000 as a result of the collapse.

She said at the time: "Despite our efforts and because we are a top seller with a number of our suppliers, the financial climate in the fashion industry has proved extremely challenging and the company is no longer sustainable."

Runway: Roxy Horner and former Miss World Rosanna Davidson also walked in her previous catwalk shows

Runway: Roxy Horner and former Miss World Rosanna Davidson also walked in her previous catwalk shows

Runway: Roxy Horner and former Miss World Rosanna Davidson also walked in her previous catwalk shows

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