One unidentified customer in Oregon reported that three or more pairs of leggings she purchased from Lula Roe had developed holes in the back of them. As a result, a class action lawsuit was brought against LulaRoe in an attempt to get the company to stop selling their leggings in the state.
Defective Leggings Lawsuit Details
The plaintiff in the case stated that she had purchased several leggings at $25 each. Every pair she purchased allegedly wore out very quickly. According to the plaintiff's attorney she requested that the company refund her money for the defective leggings and the refund was denied because she had worn them. Details of the lawsuit include other complaints from customers that had the same experience.
Many unhappy consumers have joined the LuLaRoe "Defective/Ripped/Torn Leggings and Clothes" claims on a Facebook group that over 25,000 people joined. It has been reported that the company refuses to respond to their unhappy and dissatisfied customers. According to those unhappy customers the company is well aware that they are known for using weak fabric that can easily be ripped and that the weakest part of their leggings is the part that covers one's rear end. There have been many reports that LuLaRoe leggings often suddenly form holes when consumers are wearing them out in public.
The company's response to the woman who brought this lawsuit was that the leggings are subjected to a brushing process that softens the fabric. Unfortunately, the same process that makes them softer also weakens them.
Ultimately the woman wants LuLaRoe to pay her court fees and wants a judge to bar the company from selling leggings in Oregon.
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