A man is suing his estranged daughter over the haircut he purchased at a New York mall last year.
According to a lawsuit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court on Monday, Lisa Travisto, 29, purchased a bob haircut for her daughter, a 5-year-old, at the Boca Raton Mall on June 16, 2018.
The lawsuit alleges that the haircut was fake.
“The bob haircut is a fraud, a fraud that will not be allowed to stand in the New York City courtroom,” said attorney James McVay, who represents Travists.
“I’m not sure what the plaintiff would want with his daughter’s hair.”
Travistos claims that she contacted the mall, who told her that she should send the cut off to the Department of Consumer Affairs.
Travistas claim that she was told that the cut would be replaced within six weeks and that the department would send her the replacement in the mail.
McVay says that Travista told him that the hair was actually an exact replica of a bob cut made by a shop in New Jersey.
Travists attorney, David Zilberman, said that he has no connection to the salon in New York that created the bob haircut.
“We are not in any way associated with that salon.
We’re not a barber,” said Zilber.
The attorney said that Tarsisto is trying to have the haircut permanently removed from the store.
Tarsistos lawsuit was filed on behalf of her daughter and a number of other family members.
It is a case that is currently under investigation by the New Jersey State Attorney General’s Office.