Category: Scams

A Class Action Crypto Lawsuit Against Kim Kardashian And Floyd Mayweather Jr. Has Been Dismissed

December 9, 2022 / Posted by:

The lawsuit against Kim Kardashian, Floyd Mayweather Jr., and more, has been dismissed by a California federal judge. The celebs were being sued by investors of EthereumMax, who claimed that EthereumMax executives schemed with celebrity promoters to drive up the price of the EMax token and sell their own tokens for profit. Well, the lawsuit failed, but maybe the investors should see if they can use any of their useless tokens at one of Brie Larson‘s Metaverse art galleries.

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Bethenny Frankel Called Out Kylie Cosmetics For Scamming People By Charging More For Special Packaging

October 7, 2022 / Posted by:

It takes a lot to get on the side of the “well-rested, happyReal Housewives of New York alum Bethenny Frankel; but lately, she’s been spending her time on TikTok, reviewing beauty products, and railing against Instagram filter culture and the KarJenners. And while I’m apprehensive about giving her any credit due to the vast amount of dumb shit that’s come out of her talk-hole in the past, valid points have been made recently. In her newest KarJenner rant, she came for Kylie Jenner’s company, Kylie Cosmetics, and their quest to scam sweet morons out of their hard-earned cash by charging $117 more for makeup that comes in a special paper box vs. the exact same products without the box.

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Kim Kardashian And Scott Disick Are Being Slapped With A $40 Million Lawsuit For Promoting Allegedly Scammy Instagram Lotteries

September 19, 2022 / Posted by:

The pandemic was an uncertain time for many when it came to working and finances, that is, unless you were a member of the Kardashian Koterie–they always stay grindin’, COVID be damned. Complex reports that Kim Kardashian and Scott Disick are being sued by a group of losing contestants of several Instagram lotteries they promoted in 2020. According to the plaintiffs, they believe that no winners were actually chosen; instead, their personal information was sold to relentless advertisers. No word on if those advertisers were SKIMS, Good American, Poosh, Lemme, 818 Tequila, Kylie Cosmetics, and/or Arthur George Socks; but we know how this family works and that would track so hard. The company behind the contests, Curated Businesses, says that the contests were run legitimately and winners exist.

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Open Post: Hosted By The Queen’s (Alleged) Used Teabag Listed For $12,000 On eBay

September 10, 2022 / Posted by:

THE QUEEN died this week and with her departure, she left behind a few things including an old teabag. No, not Prince Andrew. I said teabag, not scumbag. But if you want to own a piece of teabag history and have an eye for bargains, your chance to own THE QUEEN’S alleged teabag is just an eBay click away! For only $12,000 you can own THE QUEEN’s very own alleged tea bag. It would surely make a delightful conversation piece for any fancy dinner party.

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Shereé Whitfield From “Real Housewives of Atlanta” FINALLY Debuted Her Clothing Line And Now She’s Getting Dragged For It

September 7, 2022 / Posted by:

It’s been about eighty years (fourteen, actually) since Real Housewives of Atlanta OG Shereé Whitfield threatened us with a clothing line called She by Shereé, but luckily for her, she’s had time to perfect it since most of us have forgotten and the ones who remembered stopped caring years ago. Well, I wish she would have taken another fourteen years because what she presented to the world is an alleged collection of clothes that already exist. And because people believe Shereé‘s collection should be renamed She…Baits And Switches, they are giving her the appropriate dragging she deserves online.

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Katelyn McClure Got One Year In Prison For Her Role In The $400k GoFundMe Viral Scam

July 26, 2022 / Posted by:

A few years ago a New Jersey couple, Katelyn McClure and Mark D’Amico, tugged at the heartstrings of the nation when they invented a complete lie about how a homeless man, Johnny Bobbit Jr., gave them his last $20 after their car broke down on the side of a highway. Unfortunately for them, that highway leads into the deepest pits of Hell because the three of them were all conspiring to scam people out of their money by creating a GoFundMe that was supposed to go towards getting Johnny off of the streets. What happened instead was a lengthy-saga which landed Katelyn and Mark into their new home: prison.

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