Martha Stewart's getting dumped by struggling retailer JC Penney, The New York Post reported.
Penney CEO Mike Ullman decided to do away with Stewart's home-goods line after they didn't sell well, The Post reported. The decision follows a long courtroom battle with Macy's about the partnership with the domestic maven.
"Mike said her designs aren't that great," according to an insider close to the company quoted by the paper. "He says they're not selling, and they're nothing that your normal Joe Schmoe can't come up with."
A ruling is expected within the coming days about the suit that was sparked by Macy's pre-existing licensing deal with Stewart.
"Ullman made the decision for the judge," according to a source briefed on the situation, the paper said. "They definitely are not going to carry [Martha Stewart home goods] any longer and [they are] not waiting for the court ruling."