A New York City jewelry store is being sued by a woman who says she was fired after refusing to buy a necklace made by her favorite designer, and is suing Jared for the cost of the necklace.
Kari Ewing, a jewelry designer, filed the suit against Jared in New York State Supreme Court on Wednesday.
Ewing said she was told she would have to pay $2,500 for a necklace she wanted made by designer Jared Liddell.
Liddell is an American fashion designer and designer of jewelry and accessories, according to the lawsuit.
Engward claims the necklace was meant for her.
She said she wanted a necklace with a heart on it, which is something she didn’t see on the website for Jared.
Eungward was told by a manager that she would need to pay another $2 for a different necklace.
The necklace, she said, was made by a man named David, whom she called David Liddely.
The complaint says the necklace is from Liddells.
Lidell said in a statement that he was proud to have been the designer of the original necklace that was created by Ewing.
The statement said he would be glad to work with Ewing again, and would be more than happy to help her with any questions about her request.
Jared Liddel, founder of Lidl, a New York-based company, has created a new line of jewelry.
The jewelry store was a pioneer in the creation of wearable technology, with products like earrings and rings that let users track their health, heart rate and sleep patterns.