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Chantal Spears v. Khloe Kardashian

It’s open season on the Kardashians these days. As Kim faces a potential challenge from Kris Humphries on their divorce, younger sister Khloe is now being sued for assault by a transgender model. Chantal Spears (née Ronald Spears) alleges that, in 2009, Khloe “violently” attacked her outside a Hollywood nightclub. According to TMZ, Spears was speaking to Khloe’s husband Lamar Odom. ‘All I was telling him, was maybe he’s to young to get married, ‘ Spears said, ‘and all of a sudden I get this big push from this girl.’ Khloe is being sued for unspecified damages.


 Daniel Goodson v. the Kardashian Sisters

This case had all the makings of a class-action suit. In September 2010 Daniel Goodson, an inmate in a Pennsylvania prison, sued Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe Kardashian, claiming that watching their television shows caused him “extreme emotional distress due to their outrageousness of actions.”

 Goodson alleged he was made to watch many hours of their shows Kourtney and Kim Take Miami and Keeping Up With the  Kardashians while in prison. And according to TMZ, “he’s permanently scarred from watching domestic abuse (a boxing match on the show featuring Kim), emotional abuse (rantings courtesy of Kourtney and “paramour Scott”) and racism (Khloe referring to a baby doll as “the black baby”).

Goodson was seeking $75,000 in damages, but in January an appeals court found that the sisters’ actions were not outrageous enough to warrant a suit. But at least he tried. I’LL LIKE TO ADD TO THAT SUIT…MAKE IT A REAL CLASS ACTION…


 B&P v. Kris Jenner

When Kris Jenner wanted to get a little plastic surgery before Kim’s wedding last summer, a beauty company she had a contract with took it as a slap in the face. B&P sued Jenner, alleging that her face-lift violated her endorsement agreement not to harm the reputation of the company and the product she promotes—Beautiful Eyes in a Bag.

But according to TMZ, Jenner claims the lawsuit isn’t valid because her surgery did not affect her eyes—she only had the skin on her neck tightened.


 Revenue Resource Group v. The Kardashian Sisters

In 2010 the Revenue Resource Group hired them to endorse a prepaid MasterCard aimed at teens and their parents known as the “Kardashian Kard.” But when Connecticut’s attorney general raised questions about the card’s “pernicious and predatory fees,” the Kardashians pulled out of the deal—and were sued.

Revenue Resource Group sought $75 million in damages, claiming that Kim, Kourtney and Khloe caused the collapse of the company by breaching their contract and walking away from the endorsement. In June, a California judge disagreed and dismissed the suit: Baseless.

 Kim Kardashian v. Jonathan Jaxson

After Kim Kardashian’s 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries ended, her ex-publicist Jonathan Jaxson went on television, claiming the whole relationship was a publicity stunt and “they were obligated to honor contracts [with the E! network, which had TV rights]; otherwise they would have owed a lot of people a lot of money.”

Kardashian did not take the accusation lightly and immediately hired Los Angeles attorney Marty Singer to sue for defamation. Kardashian claimed Jaxson worked for her only once, several years ago, and is seeking at least $200,000 in damages. The drama then escalated when Jaxson began tweeting about a suicide attempt—for which he later apologized.