The Kardashian sisters may be heading to court soon, and it's all over a few tweets - or rather, a lack thereof.
Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe are being sued by Hillair Capital Management for the tune of over $200 million for failing to adequately promote the Kardashian Beauty makeup line on their social media accounts.
According to TMZ, it all started in 2012 when the Kardashians teamed up with a company by the name of Boldface to launch their first beauty line, "Khroma Beauty." When a judge ruled that they weren't allowed to use the name "Khroma," it was changed to "Kardashian Beauty." Hillair later bought out Boldface for $10 million, but now they want their money back - and then some - because they feel the Kardashians aren't holding up their end of the bargain as far as marketing and promotion goes.
Meanwhile, Tyga is in hot water with his landlord, who's suing the rapper for wrecking his property.
TMZ reports that Tyga first rented out the space to work on his clothing line, Egypt Last Kings Clothing. Well, last summer the landlord returned to the space to find it abandoned with ink stains all over the concrete floor. and the ceiling tiles and doors painted over. The landlord also alleged that ink had been poured down the drain, which you're definitely not supposed to do.
The landlord allegedly spent over $75,000 and wants his money back, but Tyga blames the landlord for not keeping the building up to code in the first place.
Apparently the family that Snapchats together goes to court together.