Eek, this could get complicated!
The reality star has also worked with a number of popular fashion brands including, Rare London.
It has now been revealed that the fashion label has gone into administration, leaving employees redundant and hundreds of customers out of pocket.
Rare posted a statement on Facebook revealing that, ‘The Joint Administrators had to take the unfortunate decision to cease to trade the Company with immediate effect making all staff redundant.’
Sam is currently expecting her second child and has been working with the brand on their spring/summer 2017 campaign, and she has confirmed she too has not been paid.
‘Samantha was contracted by Rare London to promote a Spring Summer capsule collection and as yet has not been paid for the work she carried out,’ a spokesman for the reality star revealed to Mirror Online.
The spokesman has even claimed that the fashion brand are being ‘unresponsive’, and as a result Sam is taking legal action.
‘Her management team have made repeated attempts to contact the brand following feedback on social media however they have been unresponsive.’
The spokesman adds: ‘We would like to highlight that Samantha has no other affiliation with Rare London or it’s associated companies. She has now instructed her lawyers on this matter.’
The company has left all employees redundant and hundreds of customers attempting to obtain refunds for their purchases.
‘So why did you have a 50% birthday sale… took my money. So what is it you are saying… that we are not going to receive the goods,’ one angry Facebook user wrote.
A second said: ‘I ordered 200£ worth of clothes from the 50% of sale last week am disgusted as was part of a birthday present for my 30… I’ll never c my money back‘
A third added: ‘Absolute disgrace they received our item back nearly three weeks ago and have been waiting a refund since!! Have only just found out about this!‘
We hope all those affected by this matter get their problem resolved as soon as.
If you are a customer of Rare, have a read of the statement below for more information about what to do next.