Ben Afflan’s shoes have become a major story in the world of sports, thanks to his recent controversy with the shoe company Adidas.
Affleck has had a long-standing friendship with Adidas, which makes the shoes he used in his movie “Manchester by the Sea” and other films in his catalog a big deal for Adidas.
But the shoe controversy has overshadowed other recent high-profile controversies.
While Affleck’s shoes were still making headlines, a new report claims that Adidas made a deal with the United States government to sell counterfeit shoes to Iran.
The report comes after a report from the Associated Press (AP) that the United Arab Emirates has sold $400 million worth of counterfeit shoes in recent months.
In the United Kingdom, Adidas said it had agreed to sell a total of 1.6 million pairs of Adidas shoes to the UAE and other countries in recent weeks.
The shoes will not be subject to the full $400-million-plus sale because of a government-issued exemption for luxury goods.
While Adidas’ agreement with the U.S. government is notable, it’s hardly the only controversy over Adidas shoes.
The shoe company also has a history of misusing trademarks.
Last year, Adidas sued Apple for trademark infringement on its Air Max range of sneakers.
An Adidas spokesman said the lawsuit was a “misrepresentation” and that Apple “will vigorously defend” the brand.
Earlier this year, the shoe manufacturer sued the U!
over a patent that had been issued to a Chinese company that sells shoes made in China and used in China.
Although Adidas had a number of lawsuits against Apple in recent years, this one is different in that it involved the entire shoe industry.
In the United states, the Justice Department sued Adidas for infringing on several patents, including “stretch heel” patent.
The government also filed an antitrust lawsuit against Adidas in 2014.
Adidas has said that the counterfeit shoes it sells are made in factories in China that use “state-of-the-art machinery and equipment” to produce the shoes.