The Only Way is Essex star Gemma Collins was pictured browsing the aisles of fake Givenchy and Fendi items at Bury New Road – Manchesters Counterfeit Street.
Collins allegedly bought two fake Givenchy and Fendi T-shirts which were apparently sold for £20.
The area is known for regular police raids, which have exposed a counterfeit goods racket worth millions.
Just hours earlier, she was seen inside Real Housewives of Cheshire Tanya Bardsleys high-end boutique in Wilmslow.
Collins was led into the indoor market on Counterfeit Street by a shopkeeper while onlookers were stunned as she bought several items after asking which were available in XL, according to The Mirror.
But according to MailOnline a source close to Collins said she didnt buy anything at the shops on Bury New Road.
The 38-year-old businesswoman has amassed an estimated net worth of £2.7 million since appearing on reality TV but has previously come under fire for selling £40 handbags that look identical to Guccis £1,350 bags.
Collins has her own boutique – in Essex of course – which stocks her plus size fashion collection.
But Gemma isnt stopping her fashion aspiration there.
The reality star showed off her weight loss in a sheer corset as she arrived at London Fashion Week in a hot pink Rolls Royce to promote her Missguided collection.
As she zoomed around the city she gave out goodies and discounts to customers.