Ivanka Trump has been ordered by a judge to testify in a lawsuit filed by an Italian shoe company, that's accusing Trump of copying one of its shoe designs.
The Florence, Italy-based company Aquazzura sued President Donald Trump's daughter last year, saying her "Hettie" shoe was an identical knockoff of its popular "Wild Thing Shoe," including nearly the same color, shape and tassel on the heel.
Trump denied having any involvement in the design.
"I had no involvement in the conception, design, production or sale of the 'Hettie Shoe,'"Trump said according to theAssociated Press. "My involvement was strictly limited to the final sign-off of each season's line after it was first reviewed and approved by the company's design team."
The judge said the first daughter is expected to submit questions in a deposition that will be held by the end of October.
Ivanka Trump stepped down from her role at her company shortly before her father was inaugurated in January. Trump currently serves in an unpaid White House role as an adviser to the president.