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Breast Milk Jeweler Must Return Milk, Issue $15,000 in Refunds

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Customers said they never received their products.

A Rhode Island judge has ordered the owner of MommyMilk Creations, a company that offered jewelry made from breast milk, to return customers’ money — and their milk.

The state attorney general’s office had asked for the order, and a Superior Court judge granted it, WPRI-TV reports.

Some women claimed they sent breast milk to the company but never received their keepsake jewelry. The judge’s order involves 114 customers, and MommyMilk Creations owner Allicia Mogavero will have to return $15,000 in all, according to WPRI.

The news station reports that an attorney for Mogavero did not immediately respond to a request for comment last week.

The earliest complaints date to 2014. Some women told WPRI they recently received white beads in the mail, when in fact they had ordered other products.

Read more at WPRI-TV

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