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The Kardashians Taking Chinese Sweatshops Claim 'Very Seriously'

December 21, 2011 (7:30 pm) GMT
Kim Kardashian and her family said they do not condone such labor if it's proven that the products they are selling are the result of such manufacture.

The Kardashians have responded to the allegations that the products they are selling are the result of "slave labor". In a statement, , her mother and two sisters said that are investigating to the situation and that they take it "very seriously".

The use of Chinese sweatshops for the goods that are sold in K-Dash fashion label, the Kris Jenner Kollection and Kim Kardashian's ShoeDazzle company was first reported by The Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights. The organization said the reality stars "are in bed with some pretty bad people" and are "holding hands with a government that spits on democracy and women's rights."

But one of the companies, ShoeDazzle, has denied their involvement. Robert Shapiro, owner of the company, said they have done everything to make sure everything was done properly. COO Deborah Benton added, "This issue of child labor is of paramount importance to us. We've been very focused on this from the very beginning."

The Kardashian family themselves said through their representative, "This is the first we are hearing about it and take it very seriously as we would never condone this. We are presently investigating the situation."

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