Kendall Jenner's Pepsi Ad May Cause Legal Trouble With The Police

Pepsi reportedly didn't ask to use cop uniforms.

By Sowmya Krishnamurthy

Kendall Jenner's Pepsi ad may have been pulled due to controversy but the spot is still causing issues. According to TMZthe beverage giant may be in hot water with the San Francisco Police Department over mimicking its uniforms without permission.

In the ad, the supermodel hands a police officer a soda amid a protest. Cops in the commercial (see below) have the words "San Francisco Police" with an emblem of an eagle on the sleeves, which is similar to the actual officers' uniforms.

Sources from the SFPD tell TMZ that no one asked permission to copy the design. They go on to say that the City Attorney is looking into the legality around using the logo as it's proprietary. As of now, no official charges have been filed. 

[Photo: Getty Images]

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