Mother demands Kardashian clothing line be pulled from Babies 'R' Us

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Thursday, October 30, 2014
A Kansas mom is leading a petition to have the Kardashian clothing line pulled from Babies R Us.
Evan Agostini / AP / Babies R Us

Just a short while after one mom started a petition to have "Breaking Bad" toys removed from Toys R Us shelves, a Kansas mother is petitioning to have a Kardashian clothing line removed from Babies "R" Us for promoting "bad behavior."

Amie Logan of Roeland Park, Kansas started a petition to have the Kardashian Kids collection removed from Babies R Us. The collection from TV's Kardashian family includes numerous clothing items tailored for 0-24 month old girls "in the hottest trend-setting styles."

"I don't want my child to grow up to be a Sex Tape star. You pulled the Breaking Bad toys because they promoted Drug use. You should pull this clothing line because it promotes bad behavior as well. The madness has to stop. If the toys are damaging so is the clothing," Logan writes in her petition.

So far, the petition has received over 2,000 supporters and continues to attract media attention. Many of those who have signed have expressed their disgust over the clothing line.

"Disgusting. I had no clue. I was just looking at starting my baby registry at Babies R Us last night. I am so glad I saw this fist. Skanks and babies just do not go together. Babies are innocent, Kim is a Skank, any questions?" - Sam K., Salt Lake City

"Babies don't need to look like porn stars." - Monique Smith, Greensboro, NC

"Breaking Bad toys are nowhere near as damaging to a young psyche as sexualization at such a young age. These people should be ashamed." - Liz Thomas, Gainesville, Florida

Many on social media though expressed their support and excitement about the Kardashian's collection.

Toys "R" Us Corporate Communications told ABC they have no plans to remove the collection.