Jolie realizes other things can be named Shiloh
The power of Angelina Jolie finally has limits. The pouty-lipped actress met her match when a legal challenge she filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in January over a fragrance named Shiloh was dropped, the Washington Post says.
Israeli/French perfume maker Symine Salimpour said she was shocked over the challenge, since she wasn’t inspired by the 13-month-ol daughter of Jolie and Brad Pitt.
“I was so scared. I mean, c’mon, who wouldn’t be?” she tells the paper. “In Hebrew, Shiloh means ‘his gift.’ And I will use the perfume to give something back to the children of Israel and the Middle East.” That’s the one area Brangelina has been ignoring, anyway.
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