By  on November 17, 2011

Fusion Brands America Inc. slapped its former chief executive officer Caroline Pieper-Vogt with a lawsuit Wednesday, alleging that she violated her employment contract by disclosing confidential financial information and used the company’s funds for personal use.

Filed in New York Supreme Court, the complaint accused the former ceo of “mismanaging” the cosmetics company’s assets, “misusing” corporate funds for her personal benefit and “performing services” for companies not affiliated with Fusion, among other things. Pieper-Vogt, who resigned “unexpectedly” from Fusion on Oct. 28, claimed that she was entitled to “substantial severance pay,” according to Fusion, which said there was “no basis” for such an assertion.

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