Lawyers for Tory subpoenaed former C. Wonder employees to determine whether the company really copied any Tory Burch products. In return, Chris's lawyers subpoenaed Tory's brother Robert Isen, who works as her president of corporate development, and his wife, Patty Isen, the director of special projects at Anthropologie.
"Chris' team is scrambling with this latest subpoena," a source told Page Six. "It shows that Tory is doing her homework and is reaching into the talent that put together the original C. Wonder concept. He is quite concerned . . . that she is going for the jugular. Things between them are spiraling downward."
Photo: Actress Kelly Rutherford at the opening of C. Wonder's store at Time Warner Center in New York.