TEEN Mom Chelsea Houska was slammed as “cash-grabbing” for charging her fans about $34 for tumblers amid her nasty $3 million lawsuits.
Chelsea, 29, promoted the tumblers, which came in different colors, on her Instagram story.
The studded and sturdy tumblers had just gone “live” on the AubreeSays site, which is named after her 10-year-old daughter.
The Teen Mom star described the tumbler as “so cute” and the “perfect size” in the short clip.
Reddit users were not so fond of paying more than $30 on her site, while there was a $24 price tag of the tumbler on Amazon.
Redditors jumped onto the comments section to share their annoyances.
One Reddit user wrote: “I get that she wants to cash grab while she’s relevant but this is shady af.”
Another Reddit user mentioned: “I love her but all of her peddling crap is a cash grab and I don’t blame her but also it’s not a good look.”
A third critic added: “She overcharges on all of her products. I get it that she has to make money, but blatantly ripping people off is unethical. “
A four critic stated: “I’m not excusing her pricing, but this is very common for influencers to do. They’ll charge more than average even for basic stuff because you’re essentially buying their name.”
A commentator chimed in: “Nah sweetie they gotta pay for that lawsuit.”
Recently, the ex MTV star and her husband Cole DeBoer, 32, were sued by consulting company Envy for $3 million for allegedly withholding money made from social media promotions.
The former Teen Mom 2 star has demanded her ex-business partner hand over financial records in her $3million lawsuit ahead of trial.
In court papers exclusively obtained by The Sun, Chelsea and Cole’s legal team emailed the judge to get permission to file a motion for the ex-business partner to produce additional documents.
They claimed the parties attempted to “resolve” the legal war, but they have been “unsuccessful.”
Back in 2020, Chelsea and Cole, the defendants, requested accounting statements, banking statements, and financial records.
The email claimed Envy “has failed to produce accounting documents for the entire relevant period and has only provided financial and banking statements for approximately seven companies out of approximately 68.”
The defendants claimed Envy’s failure to provide the financial information is what started the dispute.
Chelsea and Cole claimed the financial documents will give an “accurate picture of exactly how much money Envy received on behalf of Defendants from business generated” and how much they “failed to pay to Defendants.”
According to the email to the judge, the two believed Envy owed them more than the $150,000.00 stated in their counterclaim.
Chelsea and Cole share their daughters Layne, one, Walker, six months, and son Watson, three, as well as daughter Aubree, whom she shares with her ex Adam Lind.
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