Cotton Candy is back in the spotlight after being forced to make a major cosmetic overhaul.
The decor has been the subject of a number of complaints, with many people claiming the decor is “too much”.
The iconic brand, which also makes its home in the US, is now seeking legal advice over a series of claims made against it, including that it “fails to protect children from inappropriate exposure”.
“I don’t know if I can speak for the rest of the company, but we’ve done a lot of work to try to get rid of the offending materials,” a spokeswoman for Cotton Candy said.
“It’s very upsetting and disappointing to see what happened to our brand.
I’m sure it’s very frustrating to all of our fans who have been supporting us and supporting our brand over the years.”
Cotton’s brand was founded by Michael Cotton, a former school teacher who left the company in 2009 to become the director of a film company.
He has since returned to the company with new leadership, with new colours and new products.
The company has previously apologised to fans and said the decor was “an oversight” that would be rectified.
“We are making progress on our cleaning processes and have already addressed a number and we will continue to address the remaining issues,” the spokeswoman said.ABC/wires