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Sharon Stone Sues Chanel West Coast for Using Moniker Dozens of Times | THR News

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Sharon Stone Sues Chanel West Coast for Using Moniker Dozens of Times | THR News

Sharon Stone Sues Chanel West Coast for Using Moniker Dozens of Times | THR News

Sharon Stone is suing Chanel West Coast for using her moniker dozens of times in a song called "Sharon Stoned."


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