Kourtney, Khloe, Rob, And Kim Kardashian Mentioned In Lawsuit Over Fraud?

Mary Jane - Author

Oct. 5 2015, Updated 8:00 a.m. ET

Kourtney, Khloe, Rob, and Kim Kardashian may have millions of dollars in the bank, but it sounds like it isn’t all coming from hard work. Apparently, the family has kept a lawsuit hidden from the public that alleges the family used a credit card to get things for themselves — and never paid off the debt. The lawsuit supposedly blames everyone in the Kardashian family, including Kim, Khloe, Rob, and Kourtney.

The lawsuit mentions that Sonja Norwood, who is the mother of Brandy Norwood and Ray J, gave money to Kim Kardashian via the family’s American Express card to make one purchase in 2004. It is unknown what the deal was between the stylist and Kim, but Kardashian was only supposed to make one purchase with the card.

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According to a new Radar Online report, Kourtney, Khloe, Rob, and Kim Kardashian are now being accused of spending a lot of money on this credit card. The lawsuit claims that they racked up more than $120,000 in unauthorized charges. Even though Kim was the one who was mentioned as the primary carrier of the card, her siblings are also mentioned. It is believed that Kardashian gave the credit card information to her siblings, who then started to spend money.

“Defendant Kim thereafter disclosed Plaintiff’s credit card number to members of her family, and Defendants… without permission or authority whatsoever, made charges to the Plaintiff’s credit card, claiming to be employed by Brandy or Plaintiff in one capacity or another,” Norwood said in the March 2008 papers, hinting that she had not been reimbursed from the purchase.

But the drama doesn’t end there. Norwood claims that the Kardashian family continued to use the credit card without consent years after their agreement ended. She claims the family spent at least $62,793.83 on the card in 2006 and at least $57,841.82 in 2007.

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Sonja claims that she knows Kim, Khloe, Rob, and Kourtney Kardashian were the ones spending the money because they didn’t cover their tracks. The Kardashians spent the money at their own stores, Dash and Smooch.

“Defendants actually had the temerity to use Plaintiff’s credit card to charge thousands of dollars of purchases in their own stores,” Sonja revealed, adding she demanded the Kardashians pay her back for the outrageous purchases, but they “failed and refused.”

Sonja is now seeking at least $825,000 in damages, along with 10 percent interest per year. Back when the papers were filed, the family lawyer representing Kim, Khloe, Rob, and Kourtney Kardashian filed papers denying at wrongdoings. Shockingly, in 2009, Sonja requested that the lawsuit be dismissed and denied any wrongdoings. When she was once asked about her work with Kim Kardashian, she politely said that they were in different directions.

Of course, Sonja’s son Ray J is the man Kim famously had sex with in her sex tape video. He has publicly slammed her, and it is possible that he is furious with her for not paying back the credit card debt. Or maybe he is merely upset that he wasn’t the one Kim was with when she started making millions of dollars.

Kim is happily married to Kanye West these days. After two failed marriages, Kardashian has now found the love of her life, and she is expecting her second child with her husband. The two met years ago, and he doesn’t seem to mind her past. He can look past a sex tape and potential fraud accusations. Plus, Kim has enough money these days to pay off whatever she may owe.

What do you think of Kim, Khloe, Rob, and Kourtney Kardashian being mentioned in a lawsuit? Do you think Norwood is speaking the truth, or do you think she just wants a piece of the pie?

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