LOS ANGELES, April 29 (Reuters) - Mexican-born pop star Paulina Rubio was ordered on Thursday to pay $57,500 in damages to a public relations firm that sued her for ignoring a commitment to perform at the 2003 Los Angeles Auto Show. A Los Angeles jury found that Rubio breached a contract with Pacific Communications Group to perform a 20-minute concert at the auto show for Mercedes Benz. The PR firm had demanded $1 million, but the trial judge threw out punitive damages claims. Rubio ...
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