Kim Kardashian And Scott Disick Sued For $40M Over Alleged Lottery Scam Planning Too Offer Luxury Prizes-REPORTS!

Scott Disick was reportedly the main organizer of the lotteries and celebs like Kim Kardashian and her family members have helped her promote it to their millions of followers on Instagram

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Kim Kardashian And Scott Disick Sued For $40M Over Alleged Lottery Scam Planning Too Offer Luxury Prizes-REPORTS!
Kim Kardashian and Scott Disick have landed in legal trouble as a new $40 million lawsuit has been filed against them for promoting luxury prizes on social media in 2020 that were allegedly part of a fake lottery scam.

The giveaway allegedly promised the contestants a chance at winning items such as first-class tickets to Los Angeles, a three-night stay in Beverly Hills and even $100,000.

A recent TMZ report quoted a source close to the company that oragnizes the lotteries, Curated Businesses, and said that on there have been legitimate winners and that they have the paperwork to prove it.

The report further explained the suit and maintained that once the winners were announced, their Instagram accounts quickly changed from public to private. This led to confusions and speculation. 

The plaintiffs - inclusive of people who participated in the contest, did not win - claimed the lawsuit that Kardashian, 41, Disick, 39, and Curated Businesses organized the contests to allegedly sell their personal information to advertisers

The contestants claimed that they have been “invaded by hundreds of advertisers, some of which are soliciting the Plaintiffs with potentially offensive and unwanted content,” per the lawsuit.

It is also being reported that Disick is known to be the main organizer of the lotteries and clcebs like Kim Kardashian and her family members - Khloé Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kris Jenner, and Kylie Jenner - have helped her promote it to their millions of followers on Instagram.

Interestingly, the ‘Flip It Like Disick’ star and ‘Skims’ founder are the only stars named in the suit, according to TMZ.

The plaintiffs are reportedly seeking $20 million from each defendant.

Amid all the allegations, Kim, Disick and Curated Businesses could not immediately be reached for comment.

However, the Australian-based company explained, 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.