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Corrupt Company? Inside Maci Bookout & Taylor McKinney's Clothing Business Scandal

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May 24 2018, Updated 3:15 p.m. ET

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Following the rules of business isn't a thing that matters for Maci Bookout and Taylor McKinney! can exclusively reveal that the Teen Mom OG stars' clothing business is inactive.

According to the Tennessee Secretary of State website, TTM Lifestyle, LCC, has been inactive since August 6, 2016.

"This business was dissolved for failing to file an annual report," a spokesperson for the Secretary of State exclusively told "The report is used to maintain an entity status of an active business. It tells us your management structure, number of members, number of addresses on file, etc."

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Bookout's husband began running the clothing brand, which was initially established in 2013, in 2015. The couple recently restocked the collection on Black Friday.

Luckily for Bookout and McKinney, an inactive status doesn't mean they are unable to sell items off their website. But, the couple will have to pay for failing to file the report.

"Just because they're dissolved doesn't mean they're shut down," the spokesperson continued. "They're going to have to file what they missed, a reinstatement document. It would be $70 and clearance to reinstate. They're going to have to pay extra and jump through hoops, but they are allowed to continue doing business."

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This isn't the first time the business has been involved in a scandal.

When the line launched in November 2015, fans slammed the site for only offering sizes extra-small, small and medium. Sizes large and extra large were later added.

The couple, who married in October, came under fire again for charging $42-$46 for one cotton-blend shirt.

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