Amber Vinson Requests Refund From Ohio Bridal Shop
Last month, we told you that the Ohio bridal shop visited by Amber Vinson before her Ebola diagnosis was closed due to concerns about the spreading of the virus. Now, it appears that Vinson and the owner of that bridal shop, Anna Younker are at odds. According to Fox 8, Vinson recently reached out to Younker to request a refund for deposits paid on four bridesmaids dresses, totaling $479.89.
“Amber’s Ebola infection brought significant attention to Coming Attractions, not all of it positive […] In order to minimize additional public scrutiny, Amber has decided that it would be best if she used another bridal shop for her bridesmaids’ dresses, and kept it strictly confidential,” the bride-to-be’s attorney expressed Stephen Malouf.
Younker, who says that she hasn’t heard from Vinson since the day that she was in the shop before her diagnosis, expressed that she was shocked to receive the letter from Vinson’s attorney.
“The lady that was here and caused the problem here wants her money back,” Younker told News Channel 5.
According to the Coming Attractions shop owner, she lost thousands of dollars closing her shop for three weeks and having professional cleaners come in to decontaminate the store.
“That really hurts my feelings from the standpoint that we went through a lot because of this… I can’t see how I can agree to this.”
So yeah, it’s safe to say Younker doesn’t plan on refunding Vinson or her bridesmaids. Talk about a plot twist.