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Friday, April 27, 2018

LuLaRoe Founder Sent Employees To Mexico For Weight Loss Surgery


LuLaRoe's troubles are mounting. The clothing company is facing lawsuits from both customers and consultants who claim they have been duped by the brand. The largest class-action lawsuit against the company alleges that it misled its salespeople in a "pyramid scheme." According to interviews with multiple consultants, LuLaRoe's co-founder DeAnne Stidham asked her workers to get weight loss surgery to better represent the brand. "DeAnne asked if I had any interest in getting gastric surgery. "She's like, 'Courtney, oh my God, you have got to go get it. I'll have my sister call you next week,' " former top consultant Courtney Harwood told Bloomberg. Four other consultants claimed that they had been approached by DeAnne or her sister Lynnae Knapp and told that they could be taken to a clinic in Tijuana called "Obesity Not 4 Me" to get a gastric sleeve. LuLaRoe has declined to comment. Stidham's nephew, Sam Schultz, who previously worked as Event Manager for LuLaRoe before he quit, said the sisters were making a profit, too. "Lynnae charges $5,000, but it only costs $4,000. You pay her through PayPal, she gets a cut, then takes you to Mexico," he said. Another consultant, Stacy Kristina, who also left the company, said, "I was told by DeAnne herself that she likes her leaders to be a size small or medium." https://ift.tt/2Jvc5IK http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com

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