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Hair habit comes home to roost

Famed New Orleans restaurateur Al Copeland left a legacy of litigation stemming from his hair enhancements when he died last March.

As reported by sister publication New Orleans City Business , Copeland’s estate is being sued for $126,000 for charges for "wigs, toupees, full-head hairpieces and associated services."  The suit claims an employee of San Diego’s Ultimate Hair Dynamics would travel with the jet-setting chef to keep his phony mane in top condition.

According to UHD’s lawsuit, the estate’s administrator, son Al Copeland Jr., refused to pay the accrued hair repair bills.

By Peter Vieth

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