A man in the US who makes his money by selling fake wedding dresses for $500 to brides in China was arrested for trying to sell fake bride dresses for hundreds of dollars a pop in China

  • July 4, 2021

A man who makes a living from selling fake bridesmaid dresses to Chinese brides has been arrested for attempting to sell $500 worth of the items in China.

According to a statement by the US Marshals Service, James Denton, 48, was arrested on March 19 on a warrant from the Eastern District of Texas.

He allegedly sold a set of bridal gowns at an online auction site and then tried to resell the dresses online.

Denton, who has an address in Dallas, Texas, was charged with one count of attempting to defraud and one count each of fraudulently obtaining money and false statement.

Denton allegedly sold the dresses to bridal shops in China for $5,000 to $10,000 each.

He was charged in a Dallas federal court with a maximum penalty of five years in prison.

Dentons website is a one-stop shop for bridal and bridal accessories, and he’s also known for his online fashion shopping service, A.D.D., which he ran until last year.

He sold fake bridal dresses online for $2,000-$10,0000.