(FOX NEWS) -- Reese Witherspoon has been sued by a group of teachers for an alleged misleading dress giveaway involving her clothing company, Draper James, according to a new report.
Back in April, the "Little Fires Everywhere" actress, 44, championed teachers around the country amid the coronavirus pandemic by offering them a chance to snag a free dress. However, she was hit with backlash quickly after teachers realized that only a fraction of participants who applied to the giveaway would actually be receiving a dress.
Now, according to TMZ, three women have put together a class-action lawsuit against the A-list star and Draper James, which she founded, for benefiting off of the giveaway while most teachers came up short.
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