Kim Kardashian has big news for every bride-to-be

Brunilde Fioravanti
Febbraio 14, 2019

He is now suing Kardashian-West in Oklahoma federal court for at least $100,000 million for fraud, the money he believes he's lost, and breach of partnership agreement.

Liebensohn claims Kardashian-West continued to use and profit on "Kimoji" products.

According to the lawsuit, from January to June 2014, Liebensohn, Shankar and Rice, created the app called "CensorGram".

Kardashian West did not respond to a request for comment. One of their apps, CensorGram, helped social media users protect their accounts from bullying, spammers and trolls on Instagram. The app's name was later changed to CensorOut. Users could filter and delete comments or users they didn't want.

Also in early 2014, the lawsuit states, App Social LLC began to develop "Wall Street" emojis, as well as provocative "sexy" emoji content.

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Kim's lawyer, Marty Singer, has since told TMZ, "The lawsuit filed against Kim Kardashian is ridiculous and absurd".

Kardashian West latched onto the idea and said she would file the "Kimoji" trademark herself to spare App Social the cost, according to the lawsuit. The app launched in 2015.

After the reality star filed the Kimoji trademark in 2014, David has alleged that she contacted him to back out of the deal, because one of his partners had shared her personal information.

Liebensohn said that this year, he learned that Kardashian West knew about Shankar's screen shot before she agreed to team up on "Kimoji".

Kim Kardashian West pays homage to a special piece of jewelry that was almost stolen from her during her October 2016 Paris robbery. Liebensohn is requesting a jury trial.

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