We saw this one coming from a mile away.
Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West have threatened to slap their blabbering former security bodyguard Steve Stanulis with a $10 million lawsuit for breaching his confidentiality agreement with the family.
You may recall Steve first spoke out to the press after he was allegedly fired for talking to Kim just before the Met Gala. He has since come out saying how difficult Ye is to work for. No shocker there.
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According to TMZ, Kimye's legal team served Stanulis with a letter pointing out the provision in his contract that says he's liable for $10 million if he discloses any information about the KUWTK krew. Sources say Steve can get off the hook if he shuts up and apologizes — and he doesn't have to admit he lied.
A rep for the couple shared:
It's no secret that Bernie Sanders isn't a fan of big business.
However, it seems the Presidential hopeful has made an enemy out of Disney's CEO Bob Iger as the powerhouse executive took to Facebook to place the Vermont senator on blast. Why, you may ask?
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Well, on Tuesday, Sanders went after the Walt Disney Company for their alleged low wages during an Anaheim Convention Center rally. To his 1,500 supporters present, the 74-year-old relayed:
Facebook has issued an apology after rejecting an advertisement featuring plus sized model Tess Holliday, claiming the photo depicts "body parts in an undesirable manner".
The advert was promoting a talk show from Cherchez la Femme, an Australian group that holds monthly events with "an unapologetically feminist angle."
Last week, the group said FB banned the ad that showed Holliday wearing a bikini, telling them it violated the company's "ad guidelines".
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After CLF appealed the rejection, the social networking site's ad team defended the decision, noting that the photo failed to follow their "health and fitness policy," writing: