Khloe Kardashian slammed for selling True’s second-hand clothes
Take his fans to the cleaners? Khloe Kardashian angered fans after he put his daughter True Thompson’s used clothes up for sale instead of giving them away.
“[Oh, my God,] I miss seeing True in these outfits,â KhloÃ©, 37, shared via Twitter on January 14, as well as a link to the children’s section of Kardashian Kloset â a website billed as the âOfficial Kardashian/Jenner Family Resale Site.â
Some of the items listed in the section include a Ralph Lauren jacket for $150, a pair of Fendi Kids jeans for $495, and an Aristocrat Kids dress, on sale for $556, originally listed for $695. Even simple t-shirts, like a Mickey Mouse shirt, are $75 and a pair of Adidas Stan Smith tennis shoes for $55 â new Stan Smith shoes on the Adidas website run for around $75.
Naturally, some fans were surprised by the keeping up with the Kardashians alum selling used children’s clothes instead of donating to organizations that help families.
“I love KhloÃ© but this should be illegal,” one Twitter user commented. [KhloÃ©âs] the tweet from the founder of Good American. âI had no idea they were doing this. I definitely changed my mind.â
âWow, True’s outfits cost more than some can afford. We recycle our babies’ clothes and donate [them] to the next mother,â wrote another. âWe take great care of them. â¦ It’s better to give. Another added: “It’s not like [KhloÃ©] even paid for these in the first place! Do you realize how many people and designers had to send her free clothes in hopes of being photographed? Khloe makes a [100 percent] profits.”
A social media user simply asked, âAre you broke? These prices are ridiculous!”
This isn’t the first time KhloÃ© has found herself in hot water over items sold on Kardashian Kloset. In July 2020, the designer Christian Cowan accused the reality star of selling a dress sample he sent her to borrow â instead, he claimed, she ended up on their site Resale website.
At the time, the designer shared a screenshot via Instagram of the dress and tagged KhloÃ©, writing, “Why are my runway samples I lent you selling on your website?” He added: “We emailed [three] times and got no response.
According to We Weekly, the dress was listed at $1,300. A source told the outlet that the dress was given to KhloÃ© by her stylist and was not a loan. The source added that Christian never asked them to return the dress.