Why Angelica’s Fabric Fabric Sells Out Every Day
Angelica, the company that makes the fabric for the popular brand Stella McCartney, is now the target of a lawsuit from a disgruntled customer.
The company’s CEO, Sarah Molloy, has sued Mollow for damages, accusing her of failing to pay the company’s $1 million legal fee.
The lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court by Molloys ex-husband alleges the lawsuit was filed to “obstruct and stop her from continuing to make and sell Stella McCartney fabric.”
The suit also claims Mollories husband, Steven Molloya, “had a substantial relationship with Angelica that included her and her family owning the Stella McCartney business,” according to the suit.
“Steven Moll, the plaintiff, was also the primary person responsible for the business in the first place.”
Angelica said in a statement to MSNBC that it “does not have an issue with the lawsuit,” and that it will fight the suit in court.
“We are a family business and a great, loyal customer for over 30 years.
We are deeply committed to being an employer of choice for employees and will continue to fight for the rights of all employees,” the statement said.
Molloyal, who has worked for Stella McCartney since the 1970s, said in the lawsuit that the company “has a long history of being committed to employee rights and is a leader in providing good wages and benefits.”
She also said she has a history of taking “outbursts” that have made it difficult for her to work with customers.
“These actions have caused me great pain and discomfort over the years,” Molloyer said.
“I want the world to know that Stella McCartney is committed to creating a safe and secure environment for all its employees and partners, and I have decided to take legal action to ensure the rights and benefits of my employees and my business are protected.”
The lawsuit, which was filed on Thursday, was first reported by Business Insider.