Kylie Jenner has reportedly settled a lawsuit in yet another case of an artist suing a member of the Kardashian clan for
reappropriating jacking his or her stuff. This time, the reality-TV star and entrepreneur is accused of taking a visual artist’s work to promote her TV show.
Artist Sara Pope filed a voluntary case dismissal “with prejudice” over the weekend, the New York Daily News reports; the specifics of the settlement remain confidential.
At issue was a 2015 artistic work called Temptation Neon, which Pope said Jenner copied to promote her E! series, Life of Kylie. Pope claimed that the 20-year-old knowingly copied her work in social media posts and on video.
As you can see below, the images look pretty similar:
But this isn’t the first time Kylie has been sued for stealing.
In her original filing with the court, Pope highlighted a recent lawsuit that accused Jenner and her sister Kendall Jenner of using unlicensed photos of the Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur for T-shirts that featured the sisters’ faces. As reported earlier by The Root, that photographer is also suing.
And older sister Khloé Kardashian has also been accused by a black female designer of ripping off her clothing.
Just come up with an original concept, girls!