AOC’s ‘Tax the Rich’ dress designer accused of owing thousands in unpaid taxes

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The designer behind the statement-making gown that Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wore to the Met Gala has been accused of not paying her tax debt.

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Aurora James created an attention-grabbing white dress for AOC, with the slogan “Tax the Rich” all around in red.

NS New York Post The report said that despite calling the dress a “powerful message”, records show Ms James herself owed the tax office thousands.


His company, Cultural Brokerage Agency, was formed in 2011 and is now known as Brother Valleys. According to PostAccording to the U.S. report, it has been served a total of 15 tax warrants since 2015.

rack it up three According to the state’s Department of Taxation and Finance, for failing to withhold income tax from employees’ paychecks in New York State up to about $15k.

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Between April 2018 and April 2019, the Internal Revenue Service placed six federal liens totaling $103,220 on the cultural brokerage agency. The IRS did not comment on his current status. Post.

The cultural brokerage agency has also faced several legal challenges for allegedly not paying worker benefits.

The Workers’ Compensation Board fined the company $17,000 for not carrying worker’s compensation insurance between March 2017 and February 2018. It is currently owed $62,722 and has not received any payment as of the date of the post. Workers’ compensation is paid when an employee is injured on the job and misses time.

A former employee of Ms. James said her company relies on unpaid interns who have worked full-time jobs.

“I faced a lot of harassment when I worked for her,” the employee said, adding: “Arora would ask me to do things that weren’t in someone’s job description, such as her gynecological Scheduling appointments. The work environment was so hostile that I was afraid to ask for my cheque.” The employee was later dismissed.


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