11:10 15 June 2010
Katie Price's endorsed perfume has been axed by stockist Superdrug after it was revealed that it breached ethical trading standards.
Workers making Jordan's perfume bottles in India were being paid just £2.05 a day, a source stated.
According to reports, staff at the Pragati factory in Gujarat were earning a daily wage of 141 rupees, which barely covers the cost of food.
The news didn't go unnoticed from Supanet who immediately started clearing shelves of her 'Stunning' and 'Besotted' fragrances yesterday. Spokeswoman Sara Wolverson said: "We have a robust ethical trading policy."
A representative for the model and ex-wife of singer Peter Andre said that production had moved from the Indian factory to the UK.
The news comes just one day after it was revealed that the glamour model, also known as Jordan, had taken her two-year-old daughter to a 'Botox party'.
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