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London Fashion Week: Jourdan Dunn Accuses Nightclub Of Racism At Her Missguided Launch Party

Jourdan Dunn has slammed the nightclub where she hosted a London Fashion Week party for mistreating her.

The model, who was celebrating the launch of her second Lon Dunn x Missguided collection, tweeted to warn people off going to Reign nightclub, in London’s Piccadilly, because she said “they don’t like black people”.

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Jourdan Dunn at Misguided Party during London Fashion on 16 September 2017.

Dunn then went on to thank everybody who attended the party and to apologise to her guests Giggs, Stormzy, Maya Jama, Winnie Harlow, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Edward Enninful, Ella Eyre and Dilone for what they witnessed at the event.

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Model Neelam Gill, Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful and Jourdan Dunn attend LON DUNN x Missguided Official Launch Party.

Photos taken earlier in the evening show Dunn enjoying her party. It is not clear what took place to prompt her tweets.

HuffPost UK has contacted Dunn’s representatives, Missguided and Reign nightclub for comment and will update this article upon their response.

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Jourdan Dunn, presenter Maya Jama and model Winnie Harlow.

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Little Mix star Leigh-Anne Pinnock.

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Model Felicity Hayward.

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Models Natalie Gage and Iskra Lawrence.

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Edward Enninful and Stormzy.

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Singers Ella Eyre and Leigh-Anne Pinnock.

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X Factor star Gifty Louise.

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DJ Siobhan Bell.

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Model Victoria Clay.

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Singer Tallia Storm.

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Musician Sinead Harnett.

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