Martha Stewart testified in New York Supreme Court Tuesday about concerns of which retailers have the right to sell her decor and other home goods, news sources reported.
Stewart testified that her home merchandise has a legal contract with Macy's and also with J.C. Penney's, Washington Post reported.
Macy's argued during the trial that Stewart violated her contract with Macy's when she agreed to distribute similar merchandise to their competitor J.C. Penny's, New York Times reported.
Stewart claimed that she was not unethical in her decision to expand her company Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc., Washington Post reported.
It has been nine years since Stewart was last in a court room testifying. Last time it was in regards of Stewart lying about stock sales, New York Times reported.