Kourtney Kardashian faced a barage of questions as she ran Christmas errands in Beverly Hills. One paparazzo said to her "People are saying children make your clothing line."
The Kardashians are under siege over that bombshell report claiming their products are made in child sweatshops in China—which they deny.
INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent spoke with holiday shoppers at the sisters Dash store in downtown New York City, and asked them their reaction to the sweatshop claims
"I think it's terrible, if its true. Your talking about Dash?" one shopper said in disbelief.
Trent asked her, "Would that prevent you from allowing your daughter to shop here?"
She quickly responded, "Yes."
Trent asked a mother and daughter the same thing, the mother responded, "I would have to think about it."
But another customer said, "I will still support them, I don't care!"
Today the Kardashians are said to be preparing for a legal war against the report that claimed they use child slave labor. They say they have professional monitors who patrol the factories, searching for any possible human rights violations, and they haven't found any!
But the director of an anti-child labor group quoted in Star Magazine is standing by his claims about the factories -- although he hasn't actually visited the buildings in China.
INSIDE EDITION spoke with Charles Kernaghan from the National Labor Committee in Support of Human and Worker Rights.
Kernaghan said, "If their factories are so good, why don't they release the names and addresses of those factories? Why hide them?"
Trent asked Kernaghan, "If you have not been to these factories where the Kardashian clothes are made, is it fair for you to make an assumption that the conditions are awful?"
"I mean, it could be that the Kardashian line is produced under humane conditions. But, I put it to about one-in-a-million. We have never seen it," said Kernaghan.
Now a United States Congressman is slamming the Kardashians, saying they should make their products in the U.S.A .
"They don't give a damn about the American people," said California Republican Representative Dana Rohrabacher.
Even Kris Humphries is feeling the wrath directed at the family, despite the end of his 72-day marriage to Kim.
Madison Square Garden erupted in boos as the New Jersey Nets player took the court in a preseason game against the New York Knicks.
Whoopi Goldberg said on The View, "From the second he showed his face, the booing began and continued everytime he got the ball."
He's the most hated player in the NBA, according a to new Nielsen poll, with 50 percent of respondents saying, they just don't like him.