1. Kitson LA released a “designer drugs collection” of clothing that features the brand names of prescription drugs.
2. Few people on the company’s Facebook page said they wanted the pricey $58 to $98 shirts.
4. Most were very unhappy, calling the shirts “shocking” and “disgusting.”
NOT COOL! Don’t glorify drug abuse!Èc@BTOC949: @kjothesmartass Kitson STOP selling these shirts by Brian Lichtenburg Èd
6. In response to the outrage, Kitson posted the following statement from the designer of the line, Brian Lichtenberg, on their Facebook page:
7. Some of the top comments responding to the statement were from family members of those who had died from prescription drug overdoses.
8. Kristen Johnston, star of the “The Exes” and formerly on “3rd Rock from the Sun,” took note of the shirts.
Hey @KitsonLA do you really think this shit is funny? Millions are dying, & u want to make $ off it. SHAME ON YOU
9. The company responded to one of her tweets threatening to get the authorities involved.
@kjothesmartass Ms. Johnston do not threaten our customers. Please remove this threat or we will forward (cont) http://t.co/5d0K0OMiWt/ Via
10. Johnston then said she deleted her comment.
I deleted it @KitsonLA. Now please remove the clothing you sell that makes a joke of the drug epidemic./ Via
11. To which Kitson fired back that they were not responsible for the drug situation in the U.S.
@kjothesmartass Next time bully those directly responsible for the drug situation in america: Drug dealers. Not Kitson./ Via
12. A lot of people were not happy with Kitson’s response.
@KitsonLA @kjothesmartass @Kitson but its ok for you guys to profit from advertising the drug #nobetterthandrugdealers/ Via
@KitsonLA @kjothesmartass Your analogy is insane, Kitson. You are the ones glorifying drugs. You are saying its cool & trendy..SHAME ON YOU./ Via
@KitsonLA @kjothesmartass No offense, Kitson, but are you tweeting high?/ Via
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