The store's owner is facing felony forgery and grand theft charges- but that case is unrelated to these latest claims.
“Trying on the dresses was amazing. Me and my fiancés song came on, I was in the dress, I cried - I said yes,” said bride and customer Keisha McEnaney
McEnaney bought the dress on the spot, paying $600, for half of it, up front.
“Since then it's felt lots just been full of lies and run arounds,” said McEnaney's fiancé David Hopman. Read more. KXLY News