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In 2007, Rosemarie Umetsu was ordered to pay ,542.13 in unpaid wages to a former employee.
A writ for seizure and sale of her property was later granted by Ontario Superior Court.
Eventually, communication broke off, and, Kopp said, he felt he had no other option but to take the couple to court. In a written response to questions about Kopp's debt, the Umetsus say: "We were unable to pay him within the agreed time frame as our cash flow was entirely dependent upon sales, which were slow."Kopp now has a more critical view of the Umetsus' refined social life."I think they supplement their lifestyle by stealing from people," he said.
Atelier Rosemarie Umetsu's website features a photo of Chinese pianist Yuja Wang performing in one of the fashion boutique's dresses.
Lee said his trouble began in the spring of 2017 after he invoiced the Umetsus for several weeks of work."It was a really unpleasant situation," Lee said.
"They kept stringing me along."After several months of struggling to get paid in full, Lee said Wayne Umetsu stopped responding to his texts and emails. Asked about Lee's payment, the Umetsus say he wasn't paid in full because they were not happy with his work.
Wang is one of many high-profile musicians to wear its fashions.
(atelierrosemarieumetsu.com)The Umetsus acknowledge the outstanding debts. They insist they're the result of various cash flow problems, misunderstandings and say they will pay some people back."We're sorry," Wayne Umetsu said in an interview.
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The Umetsus also have a history of not paying employees, according to several who spoke with CBC Toronto, as well as court documents and information provided by the provincial Ministry of Labour.