The Brooklyn model has been awarded $ 125,000 after using its image without knowing the HIV advertising campaign with the words & I'm positive & # 39;
- Avril Nolan, who has no HIV, did not have her image
- She just got out about the advertisement after seeing a friend post on Facebook
- Nolan was originally designed for a street & street style & # 39; in 2011
- It was subsequently sold to Getty Images, which allowed the Human Rights Department
The New York model cost $ 125,000 in dams after its photo has been used in a HIV flight venture with the words I'm convinced.
Avril Nolan, who is not HIV, does not know that her image was used for the state of 2013's Department of Human Rights.
Nolan, who lives in Brooklyn, has been photographed for a journal & street style & in 2011.
Her photo was then sold to Getty Images and the Human Rights Department was allowed to advertise, according to NBC New York.
New York model, Avril Nolan, has earned a $ 125,000 prize after he has been deployed without a HIV air campaign with the words I am positive & (pictured)
The advert was run in four printed publications and three online publications and was seen by a number of Nolan staff.
Nolan said she was completely damaged & # 39; and sick to the bottom of her stomach & # 39; when she got out about the advert from a Facebook friend friend.
She was also concerned that her brothers and her brothers in the future could see the ad, as well as her employer and her clients.
The model, who is also working in public relations, said a co-worker came to her, and took hold of her and said: "Oh, can I get something?"
Another Happy World & AIDS Day AIDS email co-worker; her, according to New York Post.
The advertisement was run in four printed publications and three online publications and was seen by a number of Nolan staff
The Judiciary Command Court of Justice Thomas Scuccimarra ruled in Nolan's favor due to the lack of advertisements in the air; clarified that she was a model.
Scuccimarra also found that Nolan had suffered emotional and irritating difficulties after publishing and for a while after that.
"Ms Nolan did not allow permission to use her statue, built in a completely different context, and as a result she sold, he wrote in the case.
Originally Nolan started to $ 1.5 million in the case of law, but Scuccimarra was in a position; ruled that there was no basis for any future damages – telling she was not in counseling and had a successful clothing business.
He said the $ 1.5 million prize would be best for someone who was accused of being the # 39; Drugs, Striped Alcohol &