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Feb. 25, 17 | 7:54 pm

Filipino designer Mark Bumgarner has accused former Miss Peru, Laura Spoya, of ripping off a dress on her wedding day.
Spoya had consulted Bumgarner in the past about purchasing his Clover dress – a high-neck midi dress with an oversized bow that was part of the designer’s 2016 bridal collection, reported Push.
However, Bumgarner reportedly said he continued with his work like usual after the beauty queen later told him that the wedding has been cancelled.
He later found out that Spoya did tie the knot on 13 February, and wore a bridal dress similar to his creation, reported The Hiva Asia.
In the comment section of his Instagram, Bumgarner reportedly said, “She wanted to order this from me. We were talking for a long time. Then she said the wedding is cancelled for some time. Then I saw these photos on Instagram.”
He later shared that Spoya has blocked him on Facebook, and that he only knew about the dress after someone tagged him to it, the reports said.
An angry Bumgarner has called the replica a bad copy of his design and demanded Spoya to apologise to him, said the news portals.
The fashion designer also reportedly shared a video of his previous fashion show in which the dress first made its debut to further prove his point.

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