Kylie Jenner’s Factory Staff Claim They Were ‘Banned’ From Looking At Her & ‘Verbally Threatened’ At Work

Kylie Jenner’s Factory Staff Claim They Were ‘Banned’ From Looking At Her & ‘Verbally Threatened’ At Work

Kylie Jenner fans have been resurfacing a 2021 report from workers at her Kylie Cosmetics factory who exposed degrading working conditions.

The makeup mogul launched her brand back in 2016 and built it up to be a billion-dollar enterprise

But, for those who have worked to contribute to the brands' success, the payout has been unfair to say the last.

Kylie Jenner's factory workers say working for Kylie Cosmetics is 'horrific.'

A former employee, Irene Lopez, says she was hired to work on the assembly line at Spatz Laboratories — the Oxnard

California factory where the cosmetic company manufactured their products at the time — back in 2016 by a temp agency.

Jenner, who doesn't own or have direct control of Spatz, would often go to the factory and document her experience there

along with her mother Kris Jenner, on her Instagram Story. 

"Before they would come in our supervisors would tell us, ‘You are not allowed to talk with them

you guys are supposed to keep on working, you guys are not allowed to take any pictures or ask any questions,'" Lopez said.

The former employee said that when Jenner would come to the factory,

she didn't talk to any of the employees, only watch as they made the products.

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