Nikki Glasser, one of the most well-known face-lifters, is suing the company she works for for $7.2 million for defamation and $6 million for personal injury

Nikki is a longtime face-maker.

After leaving the corporate world, Nikki spent a decade making face-lifting glasses for beauty salons, beauty salon stores, beauty salon stores, and a few others.

But the company didn’t survive the financial meltdown of 2008-2009, which caused many of its suppliers to close and led to the closure of Nikki’s office.

Nikki had already suffered a personal injury in 2008 when a man knocked her head against a counter at a beauty salon in the city of San Diego.

She was in a coma for about six months before she was released from the hospital.

Nikkis attorney, Craig Bowers, has filed a lawsuit against Nikki for defamation, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent infliction and negligent inflictiation of emotional stress.

Bowers says Nikki was injured because the company failed to protect its employees, and that the company’s actions harmed her and others in the industry.

Bower says the company should pay for its legal fees, and it is seeking compensatory damages.

Belski says he plans to sue Nikki over a variety of claims including negligence, breach of contract, wrongful termination, wrongful imprisonment and defamation.

Nikky Glasser has been working with other beauty salontakers to make their glasses since she was a teenager, when she started out as a makeup artist.

Her father, who died in 2008, was an assistant makeup artist for Nikki, and she was working there for several years.

She says her father died because he was not able to do what Nikki did, and for this, she is seeking damages for his loss and his mental anguish.

“I am going to make sure that they don’t get away with what they did, because that’s wrong,” she said.

She also wants the company to pay for her medical bills and her loss of income.

She said that she does not feel safe working for a beauty saloon because of her father’s death.

Nikks attorneys have denied the allegations, and the company says it will fight any of the claims in the lawsuit.

Biers claims that Nikki has not been paid since her father passed away.

In his lawsuit, Bowers points to numerous instances where Nikki received compensation for her work, but that he says they were not for the products that she made.

For example, in one instance, he claims that he received a $250 check from Nikki that was actually for her own personal expenses.

“The check was for her personal expenses and not for her makeup,” he said.

Betsch says that she is still very proud of what Nikkys work was.

“There are still many beauty salondays where I do not work, and I’m very proud to work for a company that is a great example of how a beauty brand can thrive and thrive on the backs of its workers,” she says.

Nikken Glasser was founded in 1987.

It makes high-end high-definition, high-gloss eyewear, including face lift glasses, and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

The company has a presence in the United States and Canada, as well as several international markets.

The Glassers say they use proprietary materials and methods, which are controlled by Glasser’s proprietary manufacturing and testing teams.

Glasser says that it has not paid any of its employees for their work, because they have chosen to remain independent contractors and have no other employment opportunities.

In the lawsuit, the company has also called on Bowers to stop referring to Nikken as a beauty company, and to change his name to Nikki.

“As we are working to restore our reputation as a great beauty brand, we are confident in the fact that Nikken will prevail in this matter,” Glasser said.

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