Oregon Teenager Accuses Store of Weight Discrimination

Shelby Buster, 14, says an employee at Rue 21 told her she was "too big to be in this store."
0:38 | 09/03/13

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A FaceBook campaign against a clothing store after one young girl says she was asked to leave for being overweight fourteen year old Shelby buster says she can't believe what happened. She was shopping at route -- on her birthday when she says a sales person. -- leave. I walked in net and and Elliott from Connor said hey you today to this story needs to believe. Originally -- says it is investigating the situation and apologized to show -- After she -- -- the incident on the -- FaceBook while calling me in -- completely unacceptable Shelby. Is getting a lot of public support on FaceBook for standing up to this story.

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