For Using Bella Hadid Photos in Good American, Khloe Kardashian is facing a lawsuit.


For Using Bella Hadid Photos in Good American, Khloe Kardashian is facing a lawsuit.

The Kardashians have found themselves in legal trouble once more.

A photographer is suing Khloe Kardashian for using a photo of Bella Hadid wearing Good American jeans without permission.

Kardashian is being sued by Alo Photography for “copyright infringement” after sharing a photo of Hadid in 2017, according to InTouch.

Kardashian posted a photo of Hadid wearing Good American’s distressed black jeans on her personal Instagram with the caption “My baby [Bella Hadid] is rocking her [Good American] denim!! I love you Bella baby,” and Hadid replied with “Love YOU!!!!! [heart emoji, crown emoji].” The plaintiff claims Kardashian used the photo to “promote” Good American and profited financially from its distribution.

Khloé Kardashian (@khloekardashian) shared a post on her Instagram account.

According to court documents obtained by InTouch, “the infringements increased traffic to the account and, as a result, caused the defendant to realize an increase in its merchandise sales [for Good American],” and “a large number of people have viewed” the photos.

The photo has since been removed from Kardashian’s Instagram account, and Alo Photography has requested that the Kardashians be barred from using any of their photos in the future, as well as any profits “attributable to the infringements” from 2017.

The Kardashians are currently embroiled in more serious legal matters, with Kylie Jenner’s boyfriend Travis Scott facing a (dollar)2 billion lawsuit over the deaths of ten people and the injuries of dozens more at his Astroworld festival, according to TMZ. Attorney Thomas Henry is representing 280 plaintiffs in the suit, which was filed against Scott, Drake, Live Nation, NRG Stadium, and others.

The lawsuit claims that during Scott’s performance, fans were “incited into a frenzy,” causing a deadly stampede towards the stage.

The lawsuit claims that festival organizers failed to take the necessary precautions to ensure concertgoers’ safety.

The filing states, “The Defendants stood to make an exorbitant amount of money from this event, yet they chose to cut corners, cut costs, and put the festival attendees in danger.”


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