KYLIE Jenner's daughter Stormi kicked the camera crew out of her Kylie Cosmetics 'office' while they filmed her mom's new makeup launch.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashian's star revealed earlier this week that her daughter has her own "office" where she conducts her "business."
While Kylie, 23, was busy filming the re-launch of her Kylie Cosmetics company, her three-year-old Stormi was running wildly around the headquarters.
The tiny tot was full of energy as she jolted around set playing, jumping, and riding a mini bicycle.
After the crew spent time filming her many adventures, the future star seemed to have had enough as she yelled: "Bye-bye!" before slamming her "office" door in the camera.
On Monday, Kylie gave an inside look at her Kylie Cosmetics HQ, including a tour of her daughter Stormi's "office."
The space held a desk with four chairs, a clothing rack for outfit changes, a ball pit, a slide, and tons of toys to help keep her busy.
In an adorable moment, a producer asked the little one: "This is where you get to hang out when you come to work?"
"Yes. I work right here, and I work right here," she explained while taking a seat at her desk.
Later in a confessional, Kylie elaborated: "She has her own office where she gets all her business done.
"She's actually launching a little secret brand soon that we've been working on for a while."
However, Kylie's re-launch hasn't been all fun and games, as The Sun exclusively revealed on Wednesday that the star's makeup factory crew was "forced to work in horrific conditions."
Former Spatz Laboratories employee Irene Lopez explained how they were forbidden to speak to Kylie and Kris Jenner, 65, on their visits to the factory.
“She would come by and watch us work to see what we did.
"Before they would come in our supervisors would tell us, ‘You are not allowed to talk with them, you guys are supposed to keep on working, you guys are not allowed to take any pictures or ask any questions,'" she claimed.
“We had to be quiet and continue working. They would come around and just watch us on the machines or filling up the makeup tubes. They wouldn’t talk to us, they never talked to me, they would talk to the leads and just walk around and look at everything.
“It’s not like she didn’t see what the conditions were," the ex-worker alleged.
Irene went on to say that she felt "degraded" while creating the makeup mogul's products, as they had astronomical quotas of up to 1,200 pieces per day.
“The supervisors I had there had been very degrading towards everybody. Everything had to be perfectly made and if it wasn’t they would throw it away in your face like it was trash. If you didn’t go fast enough, you were going to get fired," she explained.
“When I first started, two months in, I wasn’t going as fast as they wanted me to. They would get in my face and say, ‘You’re not going fast enough, you’re not going fast enough.’
“I would go to the bathroom crying. It was too much for me.”
Representatives for Kylie and Spatz have not responded to The Sun's request for comment at this time.
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