Los Angeles: Reality TV celebrities Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian are reportedly being sued over their beauty line.
A new lawsuit alleges that the trio could be liable for up to $190 million for not tweeting about their beauty line, reports tmz.com.
The lawsuit claims that Hillair Capital Management put up more than $10 million to save the make-up line after their former business partner went bankrupt.
The trio teamed up with a company in 2012 to make their Khroma Beauty line. A year later they were then blocked from using Khroma Beauty and changed it to Kardashian Beauty.
But then the company they had partnered with allegedly started tanking and Hillair Capital Management stepped in to buy the company and also inject $10 million into the business.
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Reportedly, Kim, Kourtney and Khloe didn’t hold up their end of the agreement, which was to tweet about the brand.
They now reportedly want their $10 million back as well as up to $180 million, which is what they say they would have made.