Keizer woman files lawsuit, wants LuLaRoe to stop selling leggings in Oregon
KEIZER, Ore. —
A Keizer mom has filed a class action lawsuit against online retailer LuLaRoe, demanding they stop selling leggings in Oregon.
Terri Doran filed the lawsuit after several pairs of her new, $25 LuLaRoe leggings began deteriorating after just one wear. She she bought several pairs in December 2016 and January 2017 and found fading and holes developing in the rear end area. She attempted to return her leggings, but the company doesn't refund customers after their leggings have been worn.
The lawsuit claims LuLaRoe's leggings have a "materially defective quality and design that causes them to develop holes, tears, rips and fading before, during and soon after their first use by a customer."
The lawsuit applies to all Oregon consumers who purchased LuLaRoe leggings from April 17, 2016 to April 17, 2017.