TEEN Mom Chelsea Houska has been criticized by fans for selling a table tennis runner on her website for more than double what other retailers are charging.
Fans often trust the former MTV star because sell expensive goods.
The controversy begins Redditwhere one user shared a crab from Chelsea decorator site Aubree Says, along with one from Amazon.
On the website, the runner is listed for a whopping $56.
However, Amazon is selling the same item for $21.99 to $24.99.
The person who posted the text wrote: “Just a warning post about buying from Aubree Says. Left is Amazon, right is Aubree says.”
Fans flocked to the comment post, many shocked by the huge price difference.
One user wrote: “Come on, Chelsea…”
Another particularly wicked user wrote: “Lol @ whoever buys anything from these trash bags…”
A third said: “I smell a second lawsuit,” referencing legal documents filed regarding the business dealings of Chelsea and her husband Cole DeBoer.
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There are a few Chelsea defenders among them.
“Just calling it out like this without comparing is stupid…”, one user wrote, not matching the others.
Another defender wrote: “Do people think she’s knitting them herself? This is exactly what shop owners do.”
This is not the first user complaint about Aubree Says.
A customer of the site alleged that they have to pay to return an item after it arrived broken.
A Reddit user shared a photo of a Leather jars which they claim “should have been packaged better.”
According to the website, the vase has a “glass center” and has “brown skin”.
In the customer’s photo, the center glass appears to be broken.
A second flick off shows one side of the glass broken, in addition to a broken center.
Users claim that “confirmation emails sent to me are unresponsive and support links on the site are unresponsive.”
The user continued: “I finally found the link to get started back in the FAQ.
“I marked the item as damaged, but they still charged my return $4.50 to return it and I had to re-box it and print the labels etc.”
Representatives for Aubree Says and Chelsea did not immediately respond to The Sun’s request for comment.
The return policy listed on the Aubree Says website that reads: “We want you to love your Aubree Says works!
“Otherwise, you can return them in their original packaging as long as they’re in brand new condition for a full refund less return shipping costs.”
Chelsea and Cole are facing legal issues with another company.
Couples have sued by a consulting firm called Envy for $3 million.
They are accused of withholding the proceeds of social media promotions.
While filing the counterclaim, Chelsea, Cole and other defendants allege that Envy withheld over $150,000 from them.
The Sun previously reported that Envy had accused Teen Mom 2 alums of “violating” the court order by withholding documents and revenue after the order was handed over.
Jealousy is accused Chelsea and Cole “violated” court order by “failing to disclose the full search terms Respondent used to identify responsive documents” and “failing to disclose related revenue.”
Their legal team hit back, stating in a letter to the judge that the parties are “working to complete the creation of the documents” and “still working to resolve the dispute.” being discovered.”
The duo’s attorney claimed Envy “continued to withhold the documents” for a specific period of time and had “refused to seek them,” including records from PayPal.
Former MTV star who was ordered by a judge to transfer court documents.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/tv/17484881/teen-mom-chelsea-houska-ripped-selling-decor-double-retailers/ Teen mom Chelsea Houska gets ripped off by fans for selling home decor products for DOUBLE the price of other retailers