How to order a honeybadgers wedding gown without getting the attention of a bunch of angry lawyers?
It’s not exactly a difficult feat to accomplish, and you can order the dress online from Amazon.com, but a new lawsuit claims it’s not quite that simple.
Honeybadgers is currently in the midst of a lawsuit against a California man who allegedly bought the dress and then posted it online, saying it was not the dress he ordered.
The suit, filed in U.S. District Court in Sacramento, claims the man ordered the dress on eBay.
He then posted the dress to Amazon.
“The suit alleges that the defendant sold the dress from a website that allegedly sold merchandise for use in weddings,” The Sacramento Bee reported.
“It alleges that defendant sold a dress on Amazon for $4,995.”
The suit claims the wedding dress is made of a faux leather and suede material that “is more susceptible to scratches and chipping than traditional suede.”
The suit further alleges the dress “is designed to resemble a wedding dress.”
According to the suit, when the suit was first filed, the dress was listed as a “must-have wedding dress,” but after the suit’s discovery, “a large portion of the item’s design, materials, and finish was changed.”
The lawsuit claims the dress is “missing” from Amazon’s listings, with the seller listing it as “not currently available.”
The complaint adds that the lawsuit claims “the dress was purchased by defendant and advertised on Amazon.”
HoneyBadgers said in a statement to the Bee that it was “looking into the matter.”