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Kendall and Kylie Jenner Deny Allegations They Didn't Pay Their Workers During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Kendall and Kylie Jenner Deny Allegations They Didn't Pay Their Workers During The Coronavirus Pandemic
July 3, 2020 - 20:08 / Amanda Stanford

Kylie and Kendall Jenner are in some hot water for allegations that have recently come to light claiming that the two girls did not properly pay their workers in Bangladesh during the Coronavirus pandemic shutdowns.

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Kendall Jenner and younger sister Kylie Jenner have come under fire for allegations that they did not properly pay their workers in Bangladesh during the Coronavirus lockdown.

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The sisters are denying any involvement in the allegations that claim their clothing line, Kendall + Kylie, has left the workers without food and proper amenities from lack of payments.

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According to an investigation led by various news sources including the ethical fashion website ReMake, it would appear that the girls' distributor hadn't paid their workers.

The Jenners clapped back denying the rumours, and wrote a statement that said, "We would like to address the unfortunate and incorrect rumour that Global Brands Group owns the Kendall + Kylie brand and that we have neglected to pay factory workers in Bangladesh as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic."

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"This is untrue," the statement continued. "The Kendall + Kylie brand is owned by 3072541 Canada Inc., not GBG."

"The brand has worked with CAA-GBG in the past, in a sales and business development capacity only, but we do not currently have any relationship at all with GBG," they added.

The statement concluded, "We know these are trying times for the fashion industry and garment workers as a whole, and we continue to support all of our partners working in factories who produce our products. We manufacture in countries all over the world and have not received any concerns from the factories who produce our goods."

The report also implicated rapper Cardi B's clothing line, and P. Diddy's line also works with GBG.