Kim Kardashian sued over selfie phone case

Kim Kardashian sued over selfie phone case

Kim Kardashian sued over selfie phone case

It's Monday, so obviously Kim Kardashian West is being sued again...

The reality star's company, Kimisaprincess Inc., is facing a $100 million patent infringement lawsuit over the LuMee phone case she endorses, according to Pret-a- Reporter. And since Kimmie is the reason for LuMee's success, he's suing her for the profits she's enjoyed.

You'd expect Kim Kardashian to have something like the LuMee, an illuminated smartphone case that uses light to help the user take a ideal selfie.

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According to Harooni, he patented the light up phone accessory that helps you get those flawless selfies back in 2013.

Snaplight and Harooni claim LuMee stole their patented technology and stacked the odds against them after teaming up with a global trendsetter like Kardashian. "It's illegal to try and monopolize the market, but more than that, it's un-American to do it when you're being deceptive and unethical the entire time".

According to court documents, Snaplight alleges that Kim gets a cut of Lumee's earnings and they would like some as well to the tune of $100 Million, which it claims would cover lost profits.

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Urban Outfitters is also being sued for having "benefitted financially through increased sales of the LuMee selfie cases", reads the lawsuit. "Kim has done absolutely nothing wrong". It comes in two versions, depending on how much light is desired.

"The patent lawsuit filed by Snap Light has no merit and is just another attempted shakedown", a spokesperson for the Kardashians told Page Six Tuesday.

A representative for the Kardashians apparently told TMZ they're not too anxious.

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