Who does this woman think she is?!
Ellen Pearson, the former Mrs. Robert Kardashian, thinks the lawsuit filed against her by her ex-stepkids, the Kardashians, is complete bull***t!
Last month, Kim, Khloe, Kourtney and Rob took action against their father's widow after news broke that she was not only in possession of Robert’s personal diary, but that she was also selling it and its juicy Kardashian details to the tabloids.
But Ellen is claiming that the lawsuit isn’t merited as she believes the diary was left to her. She has asked the overseeing judge to dismiss the case.
We don’t like the sound of this. It’s downright exploitation, and just plain dirty. Kardashian klan, we hope it all ends in your favor!
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A lot of people will look at this pic of Rob Kardashian (above) and talk about how it looks like he hasn't made much headway on his fitness journey. To that, we say this: the picture is literally of him working on it, so what more could you want?!
Whether or not he's made significant strides is beyond the fact that he's making strides at all! He's doing something about it, which is hugely commendable in and of itself!
It's HARD to lose weight, it's never just a simple physical solution!
And here he's been spotted on his quest to drop the extra pounds during an intense hike in Culver City… so we say we're proud of him for even making the effort!
Keep up the good work, Rob!
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Well there is ONE thing Rob is guilty of… having an adorable grin LOLz!
Last month, Rob Kardashian was sued by a paparazzo who claimed he physically attacked her and stole a memory card from her camera when she was attempting to snap pictures of him from outside the Beverly Hills gym where he was working out…
But Robbie Rob showed up in court today and alleged he is NOT guilty of the battery/theft charges being brought against him!
Luckily for the Kardashian, the judge is allowing him to remain free of his own recognizance even though the prosecution wished otherwise.
The fate of Rob will begin to be determined at a pre trial scheduled for May 29.
Oh man, we wonder if Rob will actually spend time behind bars if he is found guilty?
Naaahh… he just needs to hire Lindsay Lohan's representation if it comes to that!
Rob Kardashian is finding out the hard way that nobody is above the law!
The reality TV star is currently facing charges of battery and petty theft after a run-in with a paparazzo outside an LA gym turned ugly!
For those of you who don’t remember, last March Rob was simply trying to get his workout on when a photographer tried to snap some shirtless pics of him in the parking lot.
Obviously, he didn’t appreciate that and asked her to delete the embarrassing photos from her camera, but when she didn’t he got a little physical with her and STOLE her memory card!
There are conflicting reports on whether
First his sock line isn't selling and NOW THIS??
This nightmare feels never-ending!!!
The pap that allegedly trespassed to get a snap of a heavier shirtless Rob Kardashian is taking legal action after he reportedly assaulted her and stealing her camera equipment back in March.
Even though the pap, Andra Vaik, supposedly crept into a private West Hollywood gym parking lot to get that embarrassing money shot, Rob is STILL liable because he stole her meal ticket (aka her camera's memory card).
Andra's lawyer explained:
Guess not everything the Kardashians touch turns to sold.
Rob Kardashian's Arthur George sock line, which you may vaguely remember, is reportedly not doing too well.
The patterned socks, which are sold exclusively at Neiman Marcus department stores and go for $30 a pair, are in danger of being dropped by the retailer if sales don't improve.
A source from the Neiman Marcus store in Beverly Hills said:
First of all, you should probably get new 'friends,' Rob Kardashian. This is first and foremost offensive to Chaz, who is NOT someone bad to be compared to AT ALL!
Plus, have you seen Chaz lately?? He's lost a TON of weight!
Here's what Rob's friends have been saying about his weight, according to a source: