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The state of New Jersey has opened an investigation into transracial activist Shaun King.

According to tweets by journalist Ernest Owens on Tuesday, King is under investigation by the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General, Division of Consumer Affairs inquiring about “issues involving purchases.”

According to Owens, the investigation focuses on a clothing line that sells garments featuring photos of King.

Prices range from $65 for a t-shirt to $165 for a hoodie featuring photos of King smoking a cigarette.

Owens shared messages from consumers contacted by an investigator asking consumers to call him if they “had, or at least have heard of, issues involving purchases from the website,”

Owens tweeted:

Owens added: “No, I have not given Shaun King a dime of my money. But those consumers who have had problems might reconsider.”

King was previously criticized for allegedly using donated Black Lives Matter funds to purchase a house and a $40,000 purebred dog.

King is best known for impersonating a Black man while marketing himself as a social justice activist and raising millions of dollars – funds that are unaccounted for.