Kate Hudson just settled a lawsuit against JustFab for her athletic line Fabletics.
According to reports, Kate Hudson’s online retailer, ‘Fabletics’ will no longer have to deal with the headache of a lawsuit by their former employee, Talitha Peters.
Peter’s, a former executive at Fabletics filed new legal documents obtained by TMZ, to have her lawsuit against the retailer thrown out after striking a settlement for an undisclosed amount.
Peters sued Fabletics and parent company JustFab last October claiming Fabletics fired her because she went to rehab to treat her Ambien addiction.
Reportedly, Peters claims the company allowed her to have some time off to ‘get herself together’ but allegedly did some investigating to see exactly why she needed an extended period of time off. When it was discovered she was struggling with an addiction, she was fired.
Fabletics is co-owned by Kate Hudson. The line is an American online subscription retailer that sells women’s sportswear, footwear, and accessories, commonly referred to as “athleisure.”
The brand has a variety of styles made for women who are petite and plus size.
Kate in Fabletics.