Abercrombie Fitch Loses To Autistic Customer

Abercrombie Fitch was ordered to pay $115,264, after they refused to let Molly Maxson bring her sister into a dressing room at the story. Maxson is autistic and even after her sister and mother tried to explain the teen's disability, the store refused to break their "one-at-a-time" in the dressing room policy. 
Abercrombie appealed the fine and corrective actions, but sent the petition for the appeal to the Department of Human Rights by first-class mail, rather than by certified mail or hand-delivery. The company missed the deadline, and will no longer fight the penalties. -Star Tribune


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