Kardashians Say Sweatshop Allegations Are "Not True"

Celebrity Beauty Dec. 21, 2011 AT 5:18PM
Kardashians Say Sweatshop Allegations Are "Not True" Credit: Denise Truscello/WireImage.com

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.

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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.

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Before determining the report was wrong, the family told E! Online they were taking the accusations "very seriously."

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Later on Wednesday, the sisters' rep Jill Fritzo confirmed to E! that "the story is not true."

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