‘Bullshit’ brand, ‘bullshit’ designer in court: Ex-colleague
“I don’t think the word ‘bullsh**’ is appropriate in my dictionary.
It was really, really insensitive,” she told CNN.
It’s a really insensitive word.'”””
If I was in that situation, I would have said, ‘I don.t know what that word means.
It’s a really insensitive word.'””
I just don’t want to go back to that world,” she added.
Mura said she was trying to move on, and she now wears the label’s clothing as an extension of her identity.
“I feel like I can’t say anything negative,” she said.
“It’s like I am being put on a pedestal.
I want to change it.
I don’t have to do anything anymore.”
The lawsuit claims Mura made a comment to another employee in 2014 that made it clear she thought the clothing was “bullshit” and “a cheap joke.”
Mura’s lawyer said the comment was meant to be sarcastic, not an insult.
“We were talking about a product that she had worn for the last couple of years,” attorney John Aiken said.
“She was referring to the brand’s slogan and her use of the word bullsh**.
She didn’t mean to insult anyone.”
Murah’s lawsuit seeks to force her to pay more than $500,000 in back wages, damages and court costs, as well as attorney fees.