Kristin Cavallari turns sailing into the sexiest activity ever. This week, the reality TV star made jaws drop in a series of summer-worthy bikini photos.
Kristin Cavallari debuted her latest jewelry collection from her Uncommon James brand via a photoshoot on a luxury yacht on the open seas.
In one photo that stands out, the businesswoman is wearing a gorgeous white and camel-colored bikini and stylish coverup top, pretending to be the boat captain.
She modeled earrings, necklaces, and an anklet while wearing a classy sweater and white bikini bottoms in another picture.
Earlier this week it was revealed that the Laguna Beach star and Jay Cutler are being sued by a satellite and cable installer who has alleged that he was bitten by their dog last year while carrying out work at their property in Tennessee.
The estranged husband and wife have been summoned by a Davidson County court after the lawsuit was filed this week.
Nathan Beam, a satellite and cable installer from Jackson County in Alabama, claims he was called to carry out work on the property in June 2020 when he was attacked by a German Shepherd belonging to Cavallari and Cutler at the home on Old Hillsboro Road, Franklin.
He is suing the former couple for damages up to $500,000 after being caused physical pain and mental suffering over the incident, according to court documents.
Furthermore, the lawsuit claims Beam was left with visible disfigurement and scarring from the attack, during which the dog bit his left thumb and fingernail and refused to let go of his hand “for several seconds.”
While neither Kristin Cavallari nor Jay Cutler is believed to have been at home, a personal assistant to Cavallari was present and handed Beam some paper towels before directing him to leave the property immediately.
The lawsuit alleges that the work agreement required the dogs to be restrained and kept within a closed area, but instead, they were found at the door of the drivers’ side of Beam’s vehicle where Kona — one of the couple’s dogs — subsequently bit him.
Jay Cutler is still thought to live in Davidson County, where the claim was filed, while Kristin Cavallari is living in Williamson County.
Court documents claim the pair — who announced their split last year — were aware of the danger their pets posed after social media posts three years ago described them as “beasts,” with one using the hashtag #TrainedKiller.