Jeffree Star just dragged a company for selling his stolen makeup

10 April 2019, 17:41 | Updated: 10 April 2019, 17:43

Jeffree Star upset.
Jeffree Star just dragged a company for selling his stolen makeup. Picture: YouTube/JeffreeStar

By Jazmin Duribe

The makeup guru has called in his lawyers over the matter.

The plot surrounding Jeffree Star's recent break in just keeps on thickening. To recap, earlier this month, Jeffree revealed his Magic Star concealer line was stolen from his factory. Oh, and someone also swiped $2.5 MILLION worth of his makeup. As our good sis Kris Jenner once said, "This is a case for the FBI."

The Jeffree Star Cosmetics mogul was devastated and opened up about the investigations in a YouTube video. There he explained to his fans that he'd been working on the Magic Star concealer for a year before it was stolen and soon after photos of the product leaked, and began sprouting up all over the internet.

Jeffree has actually had to call in the FBI over the whole scam – but it has only got worse. Someone claimed that they found a Jeffree Star lipstick at Burlington, a mall that sells discounted items, and let him know on Twitter.

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"A girl in a beauty group I belong to found this @JeffreeStar lipstick at Burlington!!! It looks real! Can we expect to see J at discount stores now?!?" they tweeted.

Of course, Jeffree responded and he was clearly fuming. "That product is expired and sadly stolen," he tweeted. "Note the old style shade label on top. We had those in a destroy pile before they were taken. My lawyer is dealing with it and finding out how and why @burlington would ever allow this."

Burlington doesn't appear to even carry Jeffree's products so, whew, this is not good. One of his fans tried to drag the brand on Twitter, and he replied: "So many lawsuits, so little time…"

Burlington obviously caught wind of it all and have now apologised. The brand posted a message on Facebook to Jeffree and confirmed they would pull the item.

The devil works hard but Jeffree Star's lawyers work harder.