According to TMZ, Kim Kardashian and Scott Disick are facing a $40 million class action lawsuit filed by plaintiffs who claim the stars duped them into entering a bogus lottery with no actual winners. Kim and Scott allegedly promoted the online contest through a partnership with Curated Businesses, promising the winner $100,000, two first-class tickets to Los Angeles, a three-night stay in Beverly Hills, and a shopping spree.
Plaintiffs, on the other hand, claim that no one ever won the contest, which they claim was a ruse designed to obtain and then sell the participants’ personal information. According to the filing, those who entered the contest are now being inundated “by hundreds of advertisers, some of whom are soliciting the plaintiffs with potentially offensive advertisements.”
According to the filing, those who participated in the contest are now being bombarded “by hundreds of advertisers, some of whom are soliciting the plaintiffs with potentially offensive and unwanted content.” Curated Businesses sources tell TMZ that the prizes were awarded to genuine winners, and that they have proof that the whole thing was legitimate.
Although Kim’s famous family members helped promote the contest on social media, only Kim and Scott are named as defendants, along with Curated Businesses.
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