Kim’s lawyers are on the attack against a web site that claims the reality star’s Paris robbery is fake!
MediaTakeOut.com now has a lawsuit in their laps for three posts the site wrote about the burglary, claiming Kim “staged” the robbery, using reports from various social media accounts as the sources for the reporting. The suit, filed by Kim’s attorneys Marty Singer and Andrew Brettler, cites the web site for reporting: “If she faked the robbery … she just committed a FEDERAL CRIME.” Singer demands a retraction.
MediaTakeOut.com isn’t the only site making claims that Kim’s story is fishy … New video released by Radar shows the reality star calming sitting on the couch and Facetiming as cops attempt to investigate just moments after the crime. No word yet on if she plans to sue Radar, as their exclusive was just published this morning.
This new report seems to suggest the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star faked the heist for publicity and ratings, while others speculate that it was faked to claim insurance money amid Kanye’s mounting debts. Fans think it’s suspicious that there’s no security camera footage from the alleged incident, no suspects, and no leads on the case. Adding to the mystery, E! has halted production on the family reality show indefinitely.