Keeping up with the Kardashians may be a pricey proposition, but not, the famous siblings want to make clear, that pricey.
Kim Kardashian and the rest of her reality-TV relatives have lashed out at allegations slung by her former employer—and, making things trickier, her ex-boyfriend's mother—Sonja Norwood, denying in papers filed in response to Brandy's mom's lawsuit that they improperly rang up $120,000 in unauthorized charges while Kim worked as a stylist for the brood.
In court papers filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, the Kardashians "deny generally and specifically each and every allegation." (View the court docs.)
In addition to Kim, Sonja Norwood's lawsuit also names Khloe, Kourtney and Robert Kardsahian Jr. Norwood says she had given Kim an American Express account to cover incidentals, only to have Kim share the credit card number with her siblings, who proceeded to ring up exorbitant charges between 2006 and 2007.
Kim was enlisted as a stylist for Brandy back in 2004, when Kardashian was dating—and making videos with—the singer's brother, Ray J. Norwood is seeking the total return of the money, along with 10 percent interest.
The request is somewhat ironic, given that interest, at least as far as the public is concerned, is rapidly dwindling in this case.