Kardashians Say Sweatshop Allegations Are "Not True"
The Kardashians care way too much about their products to abuse their workers!
As reported by Radar Online, a human rights advocacy group claimed that Kim, Khloe and Kourtney's merchandise was produced under horrible conditions in China. According to the nonprofit, a clothing manufacturer once used to produce the Kardashians' apparel paid its workers only 8 cents per garment.
Star magazine and Radar went so far as to claim that the factory employees manufacturing K-Dash by Kardashian label, the Kris Jenner Kollection and ShoeDazzle, which was cofounded by Kim, worked up to 84 hours a week in non-air-conditioned facilities earning $1 per hour.
Before determining the report was wrong, the family told E! Online they were taking the accusations "very seriously."
Later on Wednesday, the sisters' rep Jill Fritzo confirmed to E! that "the story is not true."