Three sisters who love using Twitter to promote every single product they use are being sued for failing to tweet about their makeup line under an alleged agreement.
The company Hillair Capital Management says it spent $10 million to keep Kardashian Beauty alive after the Kardashians’ original business partner, Boldface, started going under. Previously, the line had been called Khroma Beauty; it was changed (per a judge’s order) when Khroma Makeup sued Boldface for stealing the name.
Hillair later bought Boldface as it was plummeting and claims it invested $10 million into Kardashian Beauty. TMZ reports:
Hillair now claims the Kardashian girls didn’t hold up their end of the bargain by blasting out the virtues of “Kardashian Beauty” to their millions of followers.
Hillair wants its $10 mil back plus what they would have made ... up to $180 mil.
Coincidentally, there are other Kardashian-endorsed products currently attracting lawsuits: several women are suing the Kardashian favorite Waist Gang Society for their waist trainers failing to produce results, and the lip balm brand EOS (a Kim favorite) was also recently sued.
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