A MOM's Versace coat was "returned covered in semen" after she sold it on Poshmark, the shocked seller claims.
Nicole Lehman's $120 Versace coat was returned in November badly ripped, missing a button, and appearing to be drenched in semen, according to the New York Post.
The 37-year-old described the moment she looked at coat's condition: “My heart was pounding, and I was looking at it in disbelief.
“It’s stiff and a bit crusty, the way a lone sock you’d find under a young man’s bed would be.”
The New Jersey mom notified police and Poshmark on November 7 of her disgusting discovery.
But the social marketplace only responded with "automated responses and a $60 credit”, she claims.
Lehman told the Post: “I noticed the fabric was stuck together, so I’m like pulling it apart, and my first thought was, ‘She’s pranking me with super glue.'
“But then my husband came over and was like, ‘Wait a minute. Don’t touch that. It looks like something else.’”
The alleged semen was found on the jacket's gold interior.
A Semen test kit, purchased from Amazon by Lehman, confirmed that the strange substance on the leather-and-corduroy jacket was semen.
The alleged semen was found on the jacket's inner lining and on the right pocket.
About four days after reporting the incident, the mom received a threatening Facebook message saying: “Careful what you accuse people of, sweetheart."
The message also included a picture of someone's middle fingers and possibly the missing button to Nicole's Versace jacket.
Because the messages were sent outside of the Poshmark app, the company wasn't able to take action.
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Senior Vice President of Community at Poshmark, LyAnn Chhay, said in a statement to The Post: “We take issues such as this extremely seriously, and sincerely apologize for the negative experience this seller had on Poshmark.
“We constantly strive to protect our community of buyers and sellers, and this experience clearly fell short of our efforts to monitor the quality of items on Poshmark and mediate suitable resolutions.”
All Poshmark users are able to send their issues or ask questions through the Poshmark Customer Support team - which promises to respond on weekdays between 3am and 7pm EST.