Whilst the Kardashian-Jenners lives might look like it's all selfies, lipkits 'n' fancy red carpet events, they've landed themselves in a bit of hot water today after a lawsuit was reportedly filed against them for failing to pay 15 per cent of their earnings to a talent agency.
Yep, the big cheeses over at the Agency for Performing Arts aren't the Keeping Up With The Kardashians lot's biggest fans right now, after they allegedly reckon they're owed loads of cash from the famous family. Awkward.
According to TMZ: "APA [Agency for Performing Arts] says the Kardashians made millions after they locked deals for clothing, footwear, accessories, and hair products.
"The suit claims the family pulled the plug on their deal back in March 2015, and since then the APA claims it hasn't seen a dime."
The agency claims they have entered into a verbal ageement with the Kardashian-Jenners since 2009, which outlines they are entitled to 15 per cent of whatever the Kardashian sisters - including Khloe, Kourtney, Kim, Kendall and Kylie - earn each year.
As of yet, the Kardashians or APA are yet to comment publicly on the alleged lawsuit, but we have no doubt Kris Jenner's got a word or two to say about it.
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