It looks like Kleinfeld Bridal has a bridezilla on their hands, and this time, the bride might be warranted.
Randi Siegel-Friedman recently filed a lawsuit against the store featured on TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress for refusing to refund over $12,000 for a dress she had Kleinfeld custom make. She claims that the gown didn’t fit by the time of her wedding, according to TMZ.
As the court documents show, which were acquired by TMZ, Siegel-Friedman asserts the top and bottom of the gown were the wrong size just a few months before the ceremony. On top of that, she’s claiming the bottom wasn’t the fabric she picked.
With the wedding around the corner, she had to wear a sample dress off the rack.
When she tried to return the custom-made piece for a refund, she says Kleinfeld refused.
TMZ reached out to Kleinfeld for a comment but they said they hadn’t seen the lawsuit yet and couldn’t comment until they reviewed it.
This isn’t the first time Kleinfeld has been in hot water, but usually it’s SYTTD that’s being sued. Earlier this year, Alexandra Godino sued the show for premiering her episode earlier than the airdate they had apparently agreed upon. Her wedding wasn’t until May, but the network wanted to run her episode March 25. That means that her fiancé and all the guests at her wedding had a chance to see her in her $40,000 dress before the big day.
Kleinfeld might want to get their act together, otherwise they’ll be seeing a lot of brides saying “no” to their dresses.