Three major Rx companies are now gearing up to sue a famous L.A. clothing boutique for jacking their product names on snarky jerseys.
Kitson in L.A. is selling shirts emblazoned with popular prescription drug names like Xanax, Vicodin, and Adderall — drugs that are widely abused and responsible for many deaths.
The people at DrugFree.org have already expressed anger over the shirts … but now reps for Xanax, Vicodin, and Adderall tell TMZ, they’re scrambling lawyers to get the shirts yanked from the shelves … OR ELSE. The “or else” is a trademark infringement lawsuit.
Adderall’s rep tells us, “We had no involvement NOR do we approve of the sale of such a product using Adderall to glorify the misuse of our product.”
Vicodin’s rep adds, “Prescription drug use should not be trivialized. It is a serious issue and we will be taking legal action to stop the clothing company from trying to sell such a product.”
A Xanax rep tells TMZ they’re also considering legal action.