A Kentucky woman, who made national news after her clothing got her kicked out of a mall, has filed a lawsuit.
The suit is against the Richmond Mall and Eagle Security for assault, false imprisonment, and outrageous conduct by mall security.
Kymberly Clem says she was asked to leave the mall back in August by a security guard who told her the dress she was wearing was too short.
Her attorney, Wes Brown, says they have been waiting for six weeks to hear from the Richmond Mall. They say an apology by mall management would have made a difference.
Clem says she bought the dress at the mall. A manager there says it was actually a shirt, meant to be worn with pants.