Shared April 14, 2017
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One clothing company is being taken to court after customers complained their product is defective. Christina Hinks is one of thousands of women blasting LuLaRoe and its "super soft" leggings for allegedly ripping easily. "Let me show you what I got because it's a piece of crap," Hinks told Inside Edition as she displayed a pair that an angry customer returned to her. The brightly patterned leggings sell for $25 and are marketed to millennials and older women.
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