Last night, Jordyn Woods was booked to appear at a lunch party for her new range of Eylure lashes.
Despite the current tumultuous climate surrounding her relationship with the Kardashian clan, the model showed up to the event and made a speech.
This week, Jordyn was accused of hooking up with Tristan Thompson, her best friend Kylie Jenner's sister's partner and baby daddy.
Jordyn seems to address her current situation in her speech at the event, saying:
'Through everything that's been going on, you know it's been real, and Eylure has been super real.'
While this is definitely an underwhelming sentiment for what she is accused of doing, the model looked calm and collected at the event.
Jordyn was named an Eylure ambassador as she teamed up with the brand to create her own style of lashes (which look gorge, not going to lie) at the start of the month.
The model has been removed form the Good American website, Khloe's denim and clothing company for which she previously modelled, and has been unfollowed on Instagram by Khloe.
Nether Khloe nor Tristan Thompson have made an official statement on the scandal.
Calling all Kardashian fans!
Khloe Kardashian has branched out into the fashion business with her clothing company Good American.
Previously, the line was only available to Irish women via online websites, but now Brown Thomas is here to change all that.
There is nothing better than being able to try before you buy, and for Good American fans, this denim pop-up provides just that.
According to the Brown Thomas Instagram, the jeans landed in stores yesterday, so make sure you get in this weekend and snap up a pair of your own.
The collection is hailed as being suitable and flattering for women of all shapes and sizes.
Brown Thomas is stocking jeans in US sizes 00 to 20, or UK sizes 4 to 24.
The pop-up is being hosted in the Grafton Street store on the second floor.
We'll see you in the queue, laden down with denim.
Khloe Kardashian has lashed out at a fan who commented on Good American factory.
The reality TV star took her Snapchat followers on a virtual tour of the LA-based facility, showing the various methods used in the production of her new denim line.
The star was accompanied by a full camera crew, despite filming for Keeping up with the Kardashians being postponed until after the new year.
One fan took to Twtter after watching the videos to say: "By the looks of @khloekardashian Snapchat, she's got a sweat shop working on her jeans."
Khloe quickly clapped back, saying "watch your mouth" after the accusation was made.
"It means a lot to me to fight to make my denim in the US and to be employing good wages to all of my hardworking employees!" she said in another tweet.
The fan has since been bombarded with tweets from other users accusing her of jealously. She later apologised to the star via social media.
Others were also quick to defend the reality TV star, saying: "This doesn't look like a sweatshop. It looks like a textile factory. That's what it looks like when people make your clothing. Stop being ignorant."
The reality star launched her Good American denim line last month, and just like little sister Kylie's lip kits, they've been flying off the shelves.