The company which made the accusation is reportedly planning to send a "cease & desist" letter to the ex beauty queen.
According to Lailasblog, a representative of the company revealed that the organisation chose to make the development public before pursuing a legal action against Lawson.
In the mean time, the cosmetic company has plans to forward a "cease & desist" letter to the ex beauty queen before the situation climax to such level.
Reports have it that Lawson's version of the product goes with the brand name, Dabota Lighter.
She allegedly used the exact design, packaging and font style of the complainant to create her product.
This looks like bad karma for Lawson, who also accused reality television star, Kylie Jenner, of making an adulterated version of her lipstick product.
Dabota Lawson reportedly filed for divorce from Sunny Aku, on the grounds that he was already married when he started a relationship with her.
Their union lasted for a year before she called it quits.