Attorney Robyn Bresky Wanted High Quality. Suit Says She Was Duped By Boca Designer.
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Only in Boca. Boca Raton attorney Robin Bresky is suing her one-time interior decorator — Stacey Levine of “Stacey Levine Designs” — for what can only be described as Interior Design Malpractice. In legal terms, that’s “accounting, conversion, civil theft, fraud in the inducement, fraud in the performance, unjust enrichment, and breach of contract.”
In the must-read-suit, which you must read in its entirety below, Bresky says she hired Stacey Levine of SL Designs “on or after March 1, 2016” for “interior decoration services for Bresky’s apartment in Boca Raton.”
Levine, according to the suit, “agreed to acquire the items at wholesale (for the discounted prices available to SL Designs or Levine at professionals in the interior decorator industry) and to provide them to Bresky at cost, without any markup or premium. Based on this promise by Levine and SL Designs, Bresky was induced to enter the agreement.”
But when Bresky requested receipts, none were allegedly provided. Bresky, according to the suit, later learned that while “the decorative items and furnishings were to be of fine quality and sourced from reputable suppliers including craftsmen in Europe … (including) the bed for the master bedroom (which was) to be crafted in Italy, Bresky later discovered that the bed was actually manufactured in Mexico.”
Bresky, in the multi-page complaint, accuses Levine of engaging in an “intricate, sophisticated scheme of theft by surreptitiously deceiving Bresky, charging her a higher price after obtaining the items at their professional discount/wholesale cost and by deceitfully providing inferior-quality items such as a bed made in Mexico instead of a high-quality bed crafted in Italy, and then concealing or refusing to turn over the receipts to Bresky.”
Read the complete suit, below. Stacey Levine had not filed a response in the Palm Beach County Clerk of Court’s Office as of 8am ET on March 4, 2020.
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