JEFFREE STAR, who stars in the HBO series, has been given a brand new domain name after the country’s telecom regulator decided to revoke her trademark registration.
The telecom regulator, the National Electronics Regulatory Authority (NEA), in its decision on Thursday, said that it would be “appropriate to issue a new trademark registration” for STAR after she has applied for it.
The announcement came after the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, which is part of the government, issued a similar notice on Wednesday.
The NEA’s decision to revoke STAR’s trademark registration comes as a huge blow to STAR.
She had spent almost a decade in India’s entertainment industry and has become an internationally recognized actress.
Her success has also given her a lucrative new job as a corporate lawyer in Hollywood.
The decision to reject STAR’s registration is a major blow to the actress.
She has been active in social media and the Indian media, as well as through her social media accounts, for nearly a decade.
She also wrote a book about her life and career.
The actress has been a frequent guest on the US reality show Celebrity Apprentice.
Her Twitter handle @jeffreestars name has been used by many celebrities including Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Amitabh Bachchan.
In 2014, she was named one of India’s most influential women.
Her name has also been used on numerous products including a mobile phone, a travel app, a beauty products brand, and the brand of a popular TV channel.