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Defective Leggings

A class claims that clothing company LuLaRoe sells leggings made with a special brushing technique intended to make them “buttery soft,” but the method actually weakens fibers and causes the leggings to rip, tear and form holes immediately.

CLEVELAND – A class claims that clothing company LuLaRoe sells leggings made with a special brushing technique intended to make them “buttery soft,” but the method actually weakens fibers and causes the leggings to rip, tear and form holes immediately.

The lead plaintiff is Caitlin Goodwin, and the defendant is LLR Inc. dba LuLaRoe.

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