Enter your email address below to get Food News delivered straight to your inbox. The Champagne House of Charles de Cazanove, one of the oldest in the Champagne region of France, has pissed off one of its founder's descendants. Charles de Cazanove hired a former adult actress, Clara Morgane, to represent their brand, and they're now being sued by the descendant to keep the family name from being associated with her name. Morgane currently works as a television host and singer, according to the Times of London. That apparently was too much for the lengthy-named count, who sued the brand to keep Morgane's name off the same label as his family's former business. The Count said that the partnership was "simply scandalous" because of Morgane's past as a porn star.
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