Kardashian sisters sued over debit card debacle

Kardashian sisters sued over debit card debacle – The Kardashian sisters have been sued by a California company that created a prepaid debit card endorsed the reality show starlets.

The Fresno Bee reports that Revenue Resource Group LLC filed suit in Fresno County Superior Court last week against Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian.

The sisters pulled out of the endorsement deal in November under criticism over the card’s fees.

The company’s lawsuit claims they broke their contract and cost company at least $75 million in losses. The sisters’ mother, Kris Kardashian Jenner, and their company, Dash Dolls LLC, are also named in the suit.

The sisters cut ties to the card three weeks after the product launched following a warning from Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal that the card’s fees were “predatory.”

The Kardashians star in a series of namesake reality shows following their lives. ( Associated Press )

Beckham child: fourth baby could become star in own right

Beckham child: fourth baby could become star in own right – The newest child of David and Victoria Beckham, which is expected in the summer, is likely to become famous in its own right, as its three siblings have.

A recent poll for Asda found almost six out of 10 mothers saw the Beckhams children as “style inspiration” for their own offspring, while a quarter of women said they bought clothes like those they saw on celebrities’ children.


David and Victoria Beckham with sons Brooklyn, Cruz and Romeo

Romeo, who is eight, was placed 26th on GQ’s best-dressed men list and regularly wears fashionable sunglasses. He was recently photographed in a black waistcoat-white tee-shirt combination. His godfather is Elton John.

Brooklyn, 11, whose godfather is also Elton, has Elizabeth Hurley as a godmother, as does Romeo. Brooklyn was the ring bearer at his parents‘ wedding. He was later named as a potential victim, with his mother, of a kidnap plot in 2000.

Sweeps National Society of Film Critics

Sweeps National Society of Film Critics – “The Social Network” has walked away with another set of awards. The National Society of Film Critics on Saturday named the Facebook movie Best Picture; its director, David Fincher, Best Director; star Jesse Eisenberg, who plays the site’s founder Mark Zuckerberg, Best Actor. Aaron Sorkin was also awarded for Best Screenplay.


The awards continue a virtual clean sweep for the Fincher, which has won critics’ awards in Los Angeles, New York, Boston, Indiana and the National Board of Review, which also honored the film, Fincher, Eisenberg and Sorkin.

Social Network” was also named to the American Film Insitute’s top 10.

Other winners at the National Society of Film Critics:

“Vincere’s” Giovanna Mezzogiorno was named Best Actress.

“The King’s Speech’s” Geoffrey Rush was named Best Supporting Actor, and “The Ghost Writer’s” Olivia Williams was named Best Supporting Actress.

Inside Job” was named Best Nonfiction Film, and “Carlos” Best Foreign Language Film.

The group also called for a re-examination of the MPAA rating system and condemned Iran’s sentencing of directors Jafar Panahi and Mohammad Rasoulof. ( thewrap.com )