April 7, 2013 by  

KARDASHIANS SUE EX-STEPMOM, After Robert Kardashian’s personal possessions appear in magazines such as In Touch and Life & Style, the siblings say the copyrighted property belongs to them. Almost a decade after the passing of Robert Kardashian, the attorney who became nationally known as a member of O.J. Simpson’s criminal defense dream team, an interesting lawsuit has erupted over family property.

Robert Kardashian is, of course, the father of Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, who have all hit it big as entrepreneurial-minded reality TV stars. Two months before he died in 2003, Robert married Ellen Pearson, who is alleged to have retained some of the family’s personal possessions including her late husband’s diary, family photo albums and a family holiday photograph.

The items are said to document the lives of the Kardashians before they were famous and have recently turned up in the media. For example, the Feb. 4 issue of In Touch magazine had an article titled “The Secret Kardashian Diaries” while Life & Style magazine had an article described as “Feature on the life struggles of the Kardashians including Khloé Kardashian.”

Pearson is said to have licensed portions of the diaries and photos to Bauer Publishing, owner of In Touch and Life & Style.

But in a lawsuit filed on Thursday in California federal court, the Kardashians and Kris Jenner say that Pearson has engineered a “despicable and unlawful scheme to hold in secret and convert, and now exploit … private personal and copyright protected” material.

According to the complaint, at the time of Robert Kardashian’s death, he bequeathed the “bulk of his personal tangible and intangible property” to his four children, including Robert Kardashian Jr.

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