When thinking of clothing company American Apparel, many things spring to mind. Ethical, playful, slightly provocative and risqué . . . brutally honest and real. Proudly flaunting their American-made, sweatshop-free garments in quite daring campaigns, the company — founded by the somewhat controversial Dov Charney — have always stated that the stars of their adverts are indeed normal people, some even being employees of AA, something which has never been doubted until Jezebel revealed that some of the women were "definitely models".
Check out this revealing post about allegations against American Apparel from OnSugar blog The Fash Pack.