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Lululemon Sued Over Alleged Underwear Assault In Palm Beach County Store

Lululemon lawsuit

ALLEGATION: Male Manager Touchy Feely With Men In Dressing Room… Ran Instagram Page… Offered Discounts…

Lululemon lawsuit


PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL ( (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Lulu Lemon is accused in Palm Beach County Circuit Court of permitting a manager of a Palm Beach County store to perform lewd and lascivious acts on a customer.

The civil suit, just filed, alleges that a manager of the store in Square Shopping Mall at 701 South Rosemary Avenue in West Palm Beach lured an acquaintance to the store with, wrote attorneys, “discounts reserved for employees of Lululemon. In the months leading up to the incident, the Perpetrator would send sexually explicit messages to John Doe requesting he take take photos of himself; come into the store; and to get naked int he dressing rooms at Lululemon.”

The suit alleges that the manager of the Lululemon store in question “ran, controlled, and operated an Instagram page wherein he would post pictures of adult males modeling men’s underwear. The Perpetrator would (also) offer the same discounts to the males who modeled for his page in efforts to lure them into the storefront.” According to the suit, Lululemon should have known that the manager was running an Instagram page and taking part in this activity.

“On or about October 22, 2021, while promising the Plaintiff a discounted item at the store, the Perpetrator lured Plaintiff into a changing room where, without consent, he grabbed the Plaintiff’s private genital areas.”

Claims attorneys for the Plaintiff, “As a direct and proximate cause of the foregoing, Plaintiff was battered, violated, and subjected to Lew and lascivious acts, and has suffered damages, including medical and psychological expenses, physical and emotional pain and suffering, mental anguish, disability, and the loss of enjoyment of life.” is not naming the manager as no criminal charges have been filed. The suit is against Lululemon as a corporation and states the company should have known that the manager was violating company policy. The suit seeks in excess of $30,000 — the statutory minimum for filing in Palm Beach County Circuit Court. The plaintiff is represented by the law firm of Edwards Pottinger, LLC, in Fort Lauderdale.



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