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After rumors that NastyGal was seeking a buyer, new rumors emerge of a $40 million cram-down round

NastyGal -- no matter what has befallen it in recent years -- was an insane success story from its humble roots of an eBay shop built by a young woman with an uncanny sense of style, business acumen, and understanding of who her “girl” is. Sophia Amorusa bootstrapped her way to some $30 million in revenues, before even meeting with venture capitalists. She was a hero of brand-based ecommerce 2.
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