Target is under fire for allegedly selling fake M•A•C Cosmetics but the retailer said it “just doesn’t know” if the good that were sold in its stores from August 8 – which have now been removed from the shelves – were real or not.

As reported by Fairfax, the hearing in the Federal Court continues after global cosmetics company Estee Lauder, the owner of M•A•C Cosmetics, launched legal action against the retailer.

In a statement filed to the court last week, M•A•C said Target was importing, selling and advertising the products online and in its catalogues.

However, Estee Lauder representative Richard Lancaster told the court the products are “not our stuff at all” based on tests the company carried out to show the products were counterfeits.

Meanwhile, Target is waiting on results from an independent test lab that is also testing the products.

Fairfax reported Target will reveal who the supplier is of the alleged fake goods.