The plaintiffs, hailing from several states, brought claims under their respective states' consumer protection laws.The photos show Kardashian with her hair tied up in a bun, wearing only a pearl necklace, a pair of earrings and black satin gloves, and, on the cover, with her bare back facing the camera, holding a sequined gown below her bare, oiled-up buttocks, while smiling broadly at the camera.Experts think that celebrities offer fake glimpses into their lives to make viewers fall for their advertising pitches, curated to look as though the viewer is catching them in a spontaneous moment when they are mostly staged.Old Navy used actress/model Melissa Molinaro in their Old Navy commercial featuring the actress singing and dancing.The lawsuit never went to trial but a settlement was reached by use of a mediator in 2012; the exact settlement is unknown.The complaint, filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, accuses the Kardashians (along with Quick Trim's manufacturer, Windmill Health Products; the retailer GNC; and others in the sales and marketing chain) of false and deceptive marketing of the diet aid.Brilliant, beautiful, insightful, and possibly one of the best websites on the Internet ...this homage and shrine to all things Marilyn Monroe and all things Hollywood by one of the Internet's finest graphics artists is a delight to the senses, the heart, and to the mind.
That month, she also appeared on season ten of The Apprentice.
She has released a variety of products tied to her name, including the successful 2014 mobile game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, a variety of clothing and products, and the 2015 photo book Selfish.
Her relationship with rapper Kanye West has also received significant media coverage; the couple married in 2014 and they have three children together.
Kardashian sent a cease-and-desist order to Siegal, demanding the link be removed.
In November, Kardashian served as producer for The Spin Crowd, a reality television show about Command PR, a New York City public relations firm, run by Jonathan Cheban and Simon Huck.