Kim Kardashian In $100M Lawsuit
Kim Kardashian's use and promotion of an illuminated smartphone case is totally ripping off the guy who invented it, and he says he has receipts to prove it, according to a $100 million lawsuit.
Kim's company - Kimsaprincess, Inc. got slapped with the suit Monday by a guy named Hooshmand Harooni says he got a patent back in 2013 for an "integrated lighting accessory and case for a mobile phone device." If that sounds familiar, that's because it's a perfect description of the LuMee.
No doubt you've seen Kim flaunt the LuMee on her social media. She says it helps her take perfectly lit selfies - obviously, a major asset in her world. She even used it for her famous selfies with Hillary Clinton.
Problem is, Harooni licensed his invention to a company called Snaplight, which is now getting buried in sales. Snaplight and Harooni say LuMee jacked their patented technology, and made it an unfair fight by teaming up with a supreme trendsetter like Kim.
In the documents, Snaplight says Kim is getting a cut of LuMee's sizable profits and now it wants a chunk of that cheddar too. The company says $100 million will cover its lost profits.
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