have a hard time thinking about when Kim Kardashian and Scott Disick duo equal to anything good.
Scott and Courtney? Three beautiful children. Scott and Chloe? Laughter and uncomfortable sexual tension.
But Scott and Kim’s latest venture is now embroiled in lawsuits.
The class action lawsuit accuses Kim, Scott, and the company behind the “lottery ticket” they promoted of being a predatory fake.
To clarify, many influencers promoted a “lottery” in which social media users could participate.
The concept is simple: the winner will receive $100,000 and two first-class tickets to Los Angeles.
Once there, the winner will enjoy a three-night stay in Beverly Hills with the promise of being able to “shop like Kim Kardashian.”
TMZ got Record of class action lawsuit accusing this 2020 lottery of being fake.
The real purpose, according to the complaint, was to link these celebrities to an Australian company called Curated.
That company is also the subject of lawsuits because it has been accused of selling personal information to advertisers.
In other words, the lawsuit appears to accuse everything of being a plot to collect personal data.
When people sign up for various things, they may link accounts or provide personal information.
Sometimes this helps users. It may also allow predatory companies to misuse this information.
It’s the winner that seems to make the people filing this class action lawsuit more suspicious.
Voila, the winner has been announced.
However, the Instagram account they owned was soon made private.
Plaintiffs in this case frankly question whether these winners actually exist.
Anyone can create a fake profile, invite multiple people to participate in a contest, and “randomly” draw a fake winner.
It’s easier to run a contest if you don’t have to actually give out prizes.
However, doubting it is not the same as saying it is true.much less prove That’s true.
A source with ties to Curated also said the winner was completely legitimate and received the promised prize.
The company also claims to have documents showing it was a genuine contest.
But according to the lawsuit, entering the contest had real consequences for those who didn’t win.
Plaintiffs report being “invaded by hundreds of advertisers.”
The lawsuit alleges that:
The lawsuit accuses Scott of organizing a lottery on his Instagram.
Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kris Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Khloe Kardashian, and Kourtney Kardashian are listed to have promoted it.
The lawsuit also includes Sofia Richie, Gretchen Christine Rossi and Christine Quinn.
The lawsuit seeks more than $20 million from each defendant.
Only two were specifically named as defendants: Kim Kardashian and Scott Disick.
Of course, the company itself. It is unclear which side the facts of the case will ultimately support.
https://www.thehollywoodgossip.com/2022/09/kim-kardashian-scott-disick-sued-for-lottery-contest/ Kim Kardashian, Scott Disick sued in ‘lottery’ contest