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Coach accused of deliberately slashing unsold bags and throwing them in trash

Por: Newsweek Life October 13, 2021

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A woman on TikTok has claimed that Coach intentionally slash unsold or returned handbags, despite preaching sustainability.In a video, which has recently gone viral on the app, environmental activist Anna Sacks, known online as Trash Walker, showcases a selection of destroyed purses.She revealed she had purchased them from another influencer, Dumpster Diving Mama, who found them in bins outside of a mall in Dallas, Texas.Holding up an array of... + full article



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