Ivanka Trump's company is crushing some of its competition so badly, she's now facing a lawsuit from one of the companies on the losing end.
On Thursday, Modern Appealing Clothing (MAC) filed a class action lawsuit against the Ivanka Trump brand for "unlawful" and "unfair" promotional activities, Courtroom News Service reported. And the lawsuit also brings up President Trump's tweet criticizing Nordstrom for dropping her clothing line, and White House counselor Kellyanne Conway telling a TV audience to "go buy Ivanka's stuff".
In docs, obtained by TMZ, the company says even the prez is "exploiting the power and prestige of the White House" simply to help his daughter's company make a few bucks.
The complaint also argues that employees at Ivanka Trump exploited the first daughter's elevated position post-election, saying that the company "piggy-back [ed]" promotion of items on government events.
Ivanka Trump, woman-for-campaign-purposes and daughter of a poorly-executed pumpkin pie that was set on the window to cool and accidentally fell out, has several "fashion" lines that everyone seems to have collectively made a decision to no longer fuck with.
The California retailer, in the lawsuit, is also suing the Ivanka Trump brand over conspiracy and asked for temporary and permanent restraining orders barring the company from continuing to compete at an unfair advantage in California.
The lawsuit says MAC's business has been negatively impacted because, since the election, sales of Ivanka's brand have surged several hundred percent compared to previous year (a Slice Intelligence report says United States sales of the brand on Amazon grew 332% in January and February compared to 2016).