It's terrifying to think that a person would walk into a doctor's office and demand their entire face be surgically restructured to resemble a Kardashian, but hey, more power to you if that's your thing, I guess? Apparently, this is enough of a phenomenon that Doctor Gary Eldridge has begun offering his own version of a series of radical treatments dubbed "The Kardashian Facelift." It's a shame he didn't consult with the Kardashians themselves though, because they ain't about it. Now, the Kantankerous Klan's lawyers are going after Eldridge.
The Australian doctor attempted to obtain a trademark for the fibrin protein treatment which he claims is named after his dog and not the notorious family -- yeah sure, dude. According to TMZ, a letter was sent to Eldridge to "inform him the family already holds countless trademarks on its name for beauty, cosmetics and all sorts of advertising, upon which he is infringing."
After recieving the letter, Eldridge revised his trademark. It will now be known simply as the "Fibrin Facelift."
You think you can make money off the Kardashian name without putting some of that coin in their pockets? Keep dreaming.