Beauty influencer James Charles’ clothing line, Sisters Apparel, appears to have been removed by its distributor amid his feud with fellow beauty vlogger Tati Westbrook.
The website for Sisters Apparel -- which is run by Jeffree Star’s distribution company, Killer Merch -- was reportedly displaying an “under construction” notice and now redirects to Charles’ YouTube page.
The changes come amid Charles’ drama with his former mentor, Westbrook, which started when Charles started promoting one of Westbrook’s competitors in April.
Things escalated after Westbrook posted a 43-minute video on Friday, claiming that Charles, 19, had been spreading unflattering lies about her.
She also accused him of sexually manipulating men and selling her out after she spent years helping to build his YouTube presence.
"It's really disgusting to manipulate someone's sexuality, especially when they are still emerging into adulthood and don't have everything quite figured out," Westbrook said in the video. "You are using your fame, your power, your money to play with people's emotions. You're threatening to ruin them. You're threatening to embarrass them. And you're doing that to have them behave sexually in your favor, even if they're straight. And you know what? That's not OK."
"I hate knowing that I disappointed not only [my fans], but two people that have been role models for me doing this," he said in his video response. "What sucks the most is that I know there’s nothing I can say or do to ever earn that friendship or trust back but I don’t blame them for it."
In a since-deleted tweet, Star backed Westbrook's claims, saying they were "100% true." Star also shared that his boyfriend, Nathan Schwandt, had banned Charles from visiting their home
"There is a reason that Nathan banned James Charles from ever coming over to our home again," Star said. "There's a reason why I haven't seen him since [Westbrook's] birthday in February. He is a danger to society."