Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Kim Kardashian Sues Blog Site Media Take Out Over Insurance Scam Claims After $11,000,000 Jewelry Theft

Kim Kardashian filed a claim for her stolen wedding ring, among other alleged pilfered pieces of jewelry
Reality star, Kim Kardashian, has sued gossip blog Media Take Out for libel, due to the website stating she engaged in an insurance scam, after allegedly being held at gunpoint and robbed of $11,000,000 her jewelry. Media Take Out is owned by Fred Mwangaguhunga. It is one of the most viewed sites on the internet.

Kardashian's lawyer stated Media Take Out wrote she, "Faked the robbery, lied about the violent assault, and then filed a fraudulent claim with her insurance company to bilk her carrier out of millions of dollars." The fact of the matter is many on social networking sites have written items indicating they are of the belief the Kardashian's staged the robbery. Media Take Out shares their view and published it online.

Kardashian's lawyer further stated, "Kardashian was assaulted and robbed by two masked men, who placed a gun to her head, duct-taped her hands, legs and mouth, and then left her lying helplessly on the bathroom floor of her rented apartment while the thieves absconded with millions of dollars in jewelry. As if that ordeal were not awful enough, Defendants made it worse by publishing on the Website, only hours after the assault, that Kardashian faked the robbery and then committed insurance fraud by filing a claim with her carrier."

Am I sorry for Kardashian? No, she's a thief herself (you reap what you sow) and Kim and the Kardashians have been sued repeatedly by many copyright and trademark owners all over America for stealing their intellectual property/products and slapping the family name on it like it is their own.

I will state this though, Media Take Out took a big risk writing that Kardashian staged the robbery and engaged in an insurance scam. The last part in particular about the insurance scam was risky, as it is a serious accusation and not easy to prove. Even if people online think Kardashian had the robbery staged (and many do based on comments on social networking) in order for you to write it on a website, you must have proof, lest you get sued.

You could attempt to legally compel Kardashian to submit to a lie detector test regarding the robbery. You could also depose her for 3-hours on the matter until all the details come out. While you're at it, find out how many industrial plants had workers working overtime to product her butt implants that now look like a diaper gone very wrong. 


Kim Kardashian Sues Website Over Claims She Faked Paris Robbery

 October 11, 2016 - Kim Kardashian isn't taking a gossip site's claim that she lied about her traumatic Paris robbery lightly. The reality star is suing and its owner Fred Mwangaguhunga for libel per se. "After having been the victim of a horrific and traumatic armed robbery in France, Kim Kardashian returned to the United States only to again be victimized, but this time by an online gossip tabloid that published a series of articles in early October 2016 referring to her a liar and thief," writes Kardashian attorney Andrew Brettler in a complaint filed Tuesday in New York federal court...