A former beauty addict is suing a Sydney cosmetics company for nearly $50 000 in lost products, claiming she lost thousands of dollars worth of cosmetics as a result of her addiction.
In her latest lawsuit, Ms Jelinek claims she lost $5,878 in makeup products in 2015, the same year she quit.
“I was a beauty addict, I was just looking for something to put on my face, I needed a lot of different products,” Ms Jinglek said.
She said the company, A.J.J., told her to use its popular concealer on her face.
“They said, ‘You need to try A. J.
J’ … and it was all these products that I couldn’t find in my shop,” she said.”
So I was basically just doing a whole lot of things to my face.
It was really embarrassing because I was literally putting all of these products on my skin.
I was in so much pain.
Then it just got to the point where I was starting to feel like I was having a bad allergic reaction.”
Ms Jingleks cosmetics addiction started in 2005, when she began to smoke cannabis.
Ms Jelineks was prescribed painkillers and a sleeping pill before she became addicted.
“The painkillers didn’t work, so I was on these pills and sleeping pills,” she told news.com,au.
The next day, she said, she went to the pharmacy and bought $10 worth of products, before discovering A.P.
J was selling the same products for a much cheaper price.
“I found it really weird,” Ms Groupe said.
She said her addiction grew worse.
“When I was still in the dark, it got worse.
But then, once I got to know the people at A. P.
J, it became a little bit easier,” she added.
Despite her addiction, Ms Gerem was not able to leave the store.
“It was a really weird situation,” she explained.
“We just didn’t know how to get out of it.”
In a statement to news.co.nz, AJ.
J said it has been unable to comment on Ms Jettek’s allegations.”AJ.
Jez has a history of transparency with customers, and we’re committed to providing quality products and customer service to our customers, particularly those who have experienced or experienced concerns,” it said.
Ms Gerems family has not been able to make ends meet since she lost her job as a care worker.
“There was a lot that we needed, but I didn’t have the resources to do it.
There was no money in my life, I didn.
So I had to just let it all go,” she lamented.
Her mother has also been forced to look after her other two children and her elderly father.
“[They] need me, but they don’t have my daughter,” Ms Hickey said.