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Retailer 'LuLaRoe' Is Embroiled In Controversy After Standing By A Seller Who Mocked Down Syndrome

By Aimee Lutkin

Strap in, because this drama has lots of twists and turns. If you're unfamiliar with the clothing company LuLaRoe, you must not spend much time on Facebook. The company works with regular people in a business setting where they buy a product, and then attempt to sell that product to friends, usually through social media. 

Which means we've all been bombarded by a LuLaRoe aunt or cousin bent on becoming an entrepreneur. Raise your hand if you have a pair of LuLaRoe leggings!

There are certainly people who have been extremely successful with it. A couple named Bobby and Taya Budenbender are reportedly amongst the top 100 LuLaRoe sellers in the country, according to Buzzfeed. They have about 2o,000 people in their VIP group, and their online sales are wildly popular.