The buck stops here -- at least as far as going beyond a divorce is concerned.
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Pretty little CRIMINALS!
If you follow any Kardashian-Jenner sister on Instagram, you've definitely seen their posts where they sponsor a product such as FitTea.
Well it turns out the famous K family is totally breaking the law with these advertisements!
On August 17, nonprofit consumer group Truth in Advertising wrote a letter to momager Kris Jenner and lawyer Michael Kump claiming the social media divas are not properly labeling their sponsored posts.
"We found that members of the Kardashian/Jenner family are engaged in deceptive marketing campaigns for various companies by routinely creating and publishing sponsored social media posts for such companies without clearly and conspicuously disclosing that they are paid representatives or that the posts are advertisements."
After reviewing their Instagram pages, the organization concluded that all five sisters violated "federal law."
The letter continued:
"Based on this information, we intend to notify the Federal Trade Commission that these individuals and companies are engaged in deceptive marketing campaigns unless, by August 24, 2016, the issues described above are fully corrected."
However, it looks like the reality TV brood are in fact correcting their mistakes.
On Monday, when promoting SugarBearHair gummy vitamins, Kim Kardashian added the hashtag "#ad" in her caption.
Don't do the crime, if you can't do the time!
[Image via Khloé Kardashian/Instagram.]