🎩Fabulous Lawsuits Friday Scott Disick and Kim Kardashian sued for $40M over alleged Instagram scam

🎩Fabulous Lawsuits Friday Scott Disick and Kim Kardashian  sued for $40M over alleged Instagram scam
Scott Disick and Kim Kardashian are being sued for allegedly taking part in an online scam. kimkardashian/Instagram

You may have seen Scott Disick and Kim Kardashian'sotos promoting a luxury lifestyle brand on Instagram. What you may not know is that they are being sued for $40 million for allegedly running a scam.

Scott Disick and Kim Kardashian sued for $40M for promoting luxe prizes on Instagram that are allegedly part of a fake lottery scam.

People who entered the contests were allegedly promised a chance at winning items such as first-class tickets to Los Angeles, a three-night stay in Beverly Hills and even $100,000.

Sources close to the company that organizes the lotteries, Curated Businesses, told TMZ that there have been legitimate winners and that they have the paperwork to prove it.

The company behind the contests, Curated Businesses, maintains people have won the luxe prizes.

The plaintiffs — made up of people who participated in the contests but did not win — claim in the lawsuit that Curated Businesses, Kardashian, and, Disick, organized the contests to allegedly sell their personal information to advertisers.

The victims claim they have been “invaded by hundreds of advertisers, some of which are soliciting them with potentially offensive and unwanted content,” according to the lawsuit.

Disick is allegedly the main organizer of the scam lotteries and scamfluencers like Kardashian, her family members Khloé Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kris Jenner, and Kylie Jenner have helped promote it to their millions of followers on Instagram.

Disick has been accused of spearheading the alleged scam.

“Flip It Like Disick” star and “Skims” founder are the only stars named in the suit, according to TMZ and plaintiffs are reportedly seeking $20 million from each defendant.

Curated Businesses an Australian-based company explains on its website how its process works in its “Frequently Asked Questions” section and has a list of campaign winners from 2019 to 2022 on one of its landing pages.

Bethenny Frankel made it clear whose side she’s on after Kim Kardashian and Scott Disick were sued for $40 million for allegedly carrying out a fake lottery scam.

The former “The Real Housewives of New York City” star, 51, commented under Page Six’s Instagram post announcing the “prettyyyy big lawsuit.”

We wish there is justice if they are at fault and we will keep you about heir day in court.

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