After the website MediaTakeOut.com accused Kim Kardashian of staging her Paris robbery, she filed a lawsuit against them. But because the site published an apology, she has withdrawn the suit against both the site and its founder, Fred Mwangaguhunga.
Kardashian sought legal action after the site purportedly ran three different articles stating that she had faked the robbery and, in so doing, referred to her as a “liar and a thief.”
On October 14, the site thought better of its actions (or feared for its wallet), and posted an extensive apology. The following is a brief excerpt:
“After speaking to sources, including some connected to the Kardashians, and getting further details on the sequence of events — we are now confident and without a doubt believe that Kim Kardashian was robbed as was reported to the Paris police. Anyone who is still questioning it, is wrong.
We can understand how reports questioning if the robbery in fact took place can be hurtful, and so we apologize.”
Moreover, the site extended its sympathy to Kardashian for suffering through such a terrifying ordeal.
“No one deserves to go through such a traumatic experience,” the site reads. “Kim is not just a celebrity, she is a person, a wife and a mother — who in no way deserved what happened to her. We wish her the best as she emotionally recovers from the traumatic incident.”
Kardashian filed the notice of voluntary dismissal today.
Well then! Now that this matter is settled, I’m sure everyone is friends again.
It has been 10 years since Taylor Swift released her debut eponymous album, Taylor Swift. Jesus.
The New York Times called it “a small masterpiece of pop-minded country, both wide-eyed and cynical, held together by Ms. Swift’s firm, pleading voice.”
And look at those curls! (Full admission: I loved those curls.)
Ah, how far we’ve come. Taylor, you used to be quaint.
Hmm. What do we have here?
See, Diane, you say “#itsjustapostIfound,” but you found and posted it after splitting with longtime lover Joshua Jackson. Forgive us if we have our doubts.
(Jackson allegedly would like to reconcile with Kruger.)