Manufacturer of luxury handbags Isaac Moore is known for his classic bag unboxings among celebrities like Jamie Foxx, Jim Jonesand Trina.
However, this high profile artist is now being called upon to steal hundreds of thousands of dollars from black investors.
Victims Come Forward After Dealing With Moore, Who Says The Allegations Are Very False
Black celebrities like Jodi Lewis, Rosa Ruffin, and Anthony Beverly say they signed contracts with Moore, sent him thousands of dollars for shows that never happened, and then got shut down!
Isaac Moore and his lawyer say that the accusations against him are completely false, although several pending cases were also found in Harris County, Texas, related to embezzlement and theft not only of business organizations, but also. from individuals.
Could this be a conflict between businesses? Or a massive fraud that is slowly being revealed?
The Shade Room investigates…
“We’ve had people lose $170,000, some people lost $80,000, some $40,000,” victim Jodi Lewis told Justin Carter of TSR Investigates. “It’s just been ridiculous.”
Lewis, like others, was impressed by the Moores’ unboxing experience, in which celebrities like Kodak Black and Jamie Foxx get custom-made boxes containing one of Moores’ classics.
One Victim Was Shocked When Moore Asked Her To Fund A New Bag Collection
He says he bought it for his friend, but he didn’t expect Isaac Moore to reach out to him after paying him.
He wanted to spend money on the show to promote a new line of his luxury bags called “Space City.”
“They said they had a show in May, and after the show they’d give me my money back and then we’d make a profit-sharing arrangement,” Lewis said.
She owns and runs a public relations firm, so she saw an opportunity to work with a modern and high-end handbag designer.
He thought that Moore already had money from his celebrity connections, which was enough for him to develop his ideas and invest.
Moore and Lewis signed a contract and the show was scheduled for May 29, 2022.
“He’s a Fraudster, a Manipulator,” Victim Says Top Bag Maker Isaac Moore.
But Moore quit suddenly, he says. They changed several times, but when December came, there was no show.
He quickly realized that Moore had blocked him, and he hasn’t received a penny since.
“He’s a scammer, a con artist, that’s what he does,” Lewis said.
And the same thing happened to Rosa Ruffin a year ago. Ruffin was one of the first to file a police report on the matter in his hometown of Houston.
It is said that at first, he tried to ask for $ 175,000, After that he settled on sending $ 13,000, and he has not heard or received money from Moore as of the publication of this article.
Lawyer Reveals Dirt On Moore, Including Arrest For Burglary, Having Number 4 Various Security Charges
A lawyer hired to represent one of the victims found out that Moore had been arrested for theft in 2020, after allegedly passing a bad check to a Maserati dealership for auto repairs.
Further investigation found that Moore had four different social security numbers and six birthdays.
“I trusted him and I went with my heart,” Anthony Beverly, the alleged victim, told TSR Investigates. “I was wrong (to do).”
Surprisingly, Moore has a set date for his collection, but it is still unclear how any profits will return to his detractors.
His attorney would only say “there’s more to this story than what’s being said,” but declined to elaborate.
Notice given to The Shade Room showed the victims were more interested in spreading a negative campaign against Moore than any financial gain.
The victims say there are 10 more like them who have been abducted by Moore. They want to file a full lawsuit by the end of the month.