Vengeful former CEO Dov Charney is the least of American Apparel's problems. After cutting factory workers's hours at the end of 2014, the controversial LA label plans to lay off workers and close underperforming stores.
In a statement Monday, the struggling company announced it would "streamline its workforce to reflect a smaller store footprint and general industry conditions," reports the LA Times. Last month, the DTLA-based basics brand filed documents revealing details of Charney's misconduct, while the oustered founder filed a $30 million anti-defamation lawsuit that same day.
No word yet on exactly how many stores or which locations will shutter; stay tuned for more.