The Kardashian family is at another standard of living, of that there is no doubt. Beyond the worldwide fame they have, their heritage is so vast that they can afford all sorts of luxuries, from hosting birthday parties on private islands to collecting high-end vehicles. That makes the treatment they receive sometimes a little strange. This has been explained by two former women of the factory where Kylie Jenner she crafted her makeup line, revealing that they were forbidden to look her in the face.
This is Spatz Laboratories, a company located in Oxnard, California, where in 2015, when Kylie Jenner launched KYLIE Lip Kits (what is now called Kylie Cosmetics), their products began to be manufactured. The company is not owned by the influencer but she went from time to time to visit the premises in the company of her mother, Kris Jenner, in order to know how her business was going.
Two former workers of this factory, which is currently no longer in charge of producing the makeup products of the little girl of the Kardashian clan, have spoken to the newspaper The Sun and they have revealed a number of details about the treatment they received at that time that are quite striking.
Irene Lopez, who was hired in 2016 through a temporary company, explained how they were the days in which they received the visit of Kylie Jenner. “Before the supervisors came in and said ‘You’re not allowed to talk to her, guys, you have to keep working. You can’t take a picture of him or ask any questions,” says the 32-year-old.
Irene has also commented that Kylie Jenner never spoke to anyone about the squad and that all she did was watch in silence as her lip glosses were made in front of her eyes, without more.
Another former employee who spoke, Martha Morlasco, who worked at Spatz Laboratories between 2015 and 2017 through a temporary work agency, has revealed that there were rules to follow when Kylie visited the factory. “The supervisors told us ‘Don’t talk to her, don’t even look at her,’ she explains.
The truth is that there is no indication that Kris or Kylie Jenner gave these instructions or even knew of the existence of these rules. The former employees have also spoken of the unworthy treatment they received at the time.
“The supervisors I had there treated everyone humiliatingly. Everything had to be perfectly done and if it wasn’t they threw it in your face like garbage. If you didn’t go fast enough, they would say goodbye to you,” added Martha who also explained that it was very common for workers on the production line to end up crying over this mistreatment.