The Fashion World is reeling over a sexual harassment lawsuit that has rocked retail giant American Apparel. Former sales clerk Irene Morales is suing the company;s unorthodox executive, Dov Charney, for a whopping $250 million. The soft-spoken teenager accuses the Canadian of "forcing" her...

< Fashionologie > Yet more bad press for the perennially embattled American Apparel and its founder, Dov Charney: Allegations have come to light that Charney kept an 18-year-old sex slave on staff. The woman, now 20, has filed a lawsuit in Brooklyn Supreme court seeking $260 million in...

LOS ANGELES, United States — American Apparel Inc. founder Dov Charney's attempt to return to the company moved a step closer after firms backing him made nonbinding offers to buy the bankrupt retailer, according to people familiar with the situation. More than one entity working with...

LOS ANGELES, United States — American Apparel Inc.'s fired Chief Executive Officer Dov Charney spent Wednesday morning listening to his replacement describe the mess she said she found after taking the reins at the struggling clothing retailer. At a hearing this week in Delaware bankruptcy...

The company is trying to emerge from a showdown with its founder and former CEO Dov Charney, who was ousted last year for allegedly misusing company funds and failing to stop a subordinate from creating defamatory blog posts about former employees. American Apparel is facing about 20...

" Charney told the Post that the line for Russia would include both uniforms and merchandise. We reached out to American Apparel for more information, and a rep confirmed that they were still in talks at this time. But it turns out that Charney wants to help with America's uniforms, too. An...

We are aware that American Apparel founder and CEO Dov Charney isn't quite on his best behavior during office hours. Not only has there been an ongoing investigation of his "alleged misconduct," but Charney has gotten away with multiple lawsuits of misbehavior and sexual harassment for years,...

Head American Apparel creepster Dov Charney has finished his reign of terror on teen spandex model wannabes. He's been officially fired from the company he founded, reports WWD. Charney was forced into a consultant role earlier this year following an investigation into his alleged misconduct...

For Charney to succeed, he would need to get the company and its creditors to accept his offer. If they refuse, Charney and his financial backer would then need to persuade the judge to reject American Apparel's reorganization plan. Spokespersons for Charney and his financial adviser,...

Almost all of the company's creditors support the Monarch-backed plan, including a committee of unsecured creditors, who settled the last of their differences with American Apparel. That leaves Charney as the only major objector to American Apparel's reorganization proposal. The retailer...

 

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