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Kendall & Kylie Jenner's Fashion Brand Hits Back At Photographer's Copyright Infringement Lawsuit

| Filed under: Oops!Legal MattersKris JennerKylie JennerKendall JennerControversyCaitlyn Jenner

kendall kylie brand claps back at lawsuit

Kendall and Kylie Jenner might not have to cut THAT big of a check.

As we previously reported, Kris Jenner's daughters were slapped with a lawsuit after they tried to sell $125 vintage tees which superimposed their faces, social media stats, and "KK" logo over images of music icons. Smh.

Related: Rob Kardashian Accuses Blac Chyna Of Abuse!

Unsurprisingly, one photographer, named Michael Miller, has come after the Jenner girls as he's hit them with a copyright infringement lawsuit for using his original images of Tupac Shakur without his permission. While Miller is gunning for any profits made from the tees, the fashion label has since clapped back at these allegations by revealing that they only sold two shirts featuring Michael's photos before pulling the items from stores.

In a recent statement, the Kylie + Kendall brand noted:

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SUED! Kendall & Kylie Jenner's $125 Vintage Music Tees Could Cost Them BIG TIME!

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Where's Kris Jenner when you need her??

As we reported, last month, Kendall and Kylie Jenner stirred up controversy when they tried to sell $125 vintage tees which superimposed the reality TV star's faces, social media stats, and "KK" logo over images of music icons including Tupac, Pink Floyd, Metallica, Kiss, The Doors, and Black Sabbath.

Related: Ashley Graham Blasts Kendall's 'Unfortunate' Pepsi Ad

While the KUWTK stars issued an apology and took down the merchandise, the photographer of the original Tupac pics is out for blood… and money!

Recently, Michael Miller filed a lawsuit against the girls for using his snaps without asking for permission. According to legal docs obtained by TMZ, the artist — who has worked with Eazy-E, Angelina Jolie, and Jack Nicholson — never wanted anything to do with the Jenners, presumably because of Kendall's tone-deaf Pepsi ad.

He is gunning for any profits made from the tees.

The shirts were also criticized by Ozzy Osbourne's wife Sharon Osbourne, and The Notorious B.I.G.'s mother Voletta Wallace who called the incident "disrespectful, disgusting, and exploitation at its worst."

The backlash is real, y'all!

[Image via Kendall+Kylie.]

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Khloé Kardashian & Good American Hit Back With Some Harsh Words After Being Accused Of Stealing!

| Filed under: Fashion SmashionLegal MattersCherKhloe KardashianBusiness BlitzKylie JennerControversyKUWTK

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Khloé Kardashian is PISSED!

In case you were too busy trying to figure out whether Kylie Jenner stole her camo designs to hear about big sis's scandal, the KUWTK star was accused by indie fashion designer Destiney Bleu of ordering custom copies of her outfits, then repackaging them as originals for her own fashion line, Good American.

Related: Destiney Calls Khloé 'Tacky' & 'Disrespectful' For Trying To 'Silence' Her!

After an earlier denial, the clothing company has now released a much more aggressive statement, calling Bleu's claims a "cheap publicity stunt":

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'Tacky' & 'Disrespectful' Khloé Kardashian Slammed By Designer Destiney Bleu For Trying To 'Silence' Her!

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Khloe Kardashian continues to come under fire.

Shit is going down!

As we previously reported, Khloé Kardashian was being accused of stealing designs from indie fashion designer Destiney Bleu's line, dbleudazzled. Destiney ended up spilling the tea about how the reality TV starlet ordered her designs, which were "eventually" recreated by Koko's team for her clothing line Good American.

Well, it turns out the 32-year-old had her lawyer send the lingerie designer a cease and desist letter, which threatens a defamation lawsuit if she doesn't stop claiming her designs were ripped off.

Related: Kylie Jenner Accused Of Ripping Off THIS Designer!

In the newest turn of events, Destiney isn't going down without a fight because she's bringing out the receipts! Along with her lawyer Stephen McArthur, she put together a statement in response to Khloé's letter, which TooFab published on Friday:

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