M.I.C Gadget's 7-inch 'Poking Inventor Action Figure', which was priced at $70 (£43), came with a range of accessories, including a replica of the Facebook logo.
However, a Beijing legal firm representing Facebook has sent a cease and desist order to the company. An extract from the letter read: "Without the authorisation of Mr Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook, you have manufactured and sold on your website the Mark Zuckerberg action figures to customers globally, which has used Mr Mark Zuckerberg's portraiture for commercial purpose and infringed his legitimate right.
"In addition, Facebook's trademark 'F' has also been used on these action figures, which has also infringed Facebook's trademark right."
M.I.C Gadget released a statement on its website to apologise. It also confirmed that the figurine was no longer in production and that all marketing of the product had ceased.
It was recently reported that Zuckerberg feared for his safety after he was pursued by a stalker both online and offline.
> Zuckerberg joins Eisenberg on SNL