There are provisions of contracts referred to as “non competition clauses.” In many instances, producers or employers will attempt to narrowly define what the talent or employee can or cannot do when he / she is not working for that particular employer. In many instances, such clauses are invalid. But this is not always the case, and such a discussion is beyond the scope of this posting. In this instance,

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has voided Suicide Girls’ modeling contracts, ruling that their exclusivity terms are too broad to legally keep models from doing outside modeling work. (Source)

In many instances, those wishing to challenge the provisions will argue that such restrictions are against public policy. But it looks like here that the judge felt the competition provisions were too broad to be enforceable.