Kim Kardashian and Scott Disick are being sued for allegedly conducting a lottery fraud


Rich and well-known celebrities Kim Kardashian and Scott Disick are being sued for allegedly conducting a lottery fraud and using the victims’ private information for their own advertisements.

According to TMZ, the lawsuit alleges that the duo ran a lottery fraud in which the winner received $100,000 and two plane tickets to Los Angeles. The prize package also purportedly includes a complimentary 3-night stay in the city to “shop like Kim Kardashian.”

People who played the lottery but didn’t win are the plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit. Since entering the contest, they have allegedly been “invaded by hundreds of advertisers, some of whom are soliciting the Plaintiffs with potentially offensive and unwanted content,” according to the lawsuit. They claim that the lottery’s true objective was simply to obtain their personal information.

The argument was that the “winners” accounts had been hidden after the victory and might not have ever existed. The lawsuit names Disick, Kardashian, and Curated Businesses, the organization that ran the lottery.

According to Curated Businesses, who claim to have the documentation to back up their claims, the lottery is completely legitimate.

According to the business, it has “a dependable reputation, years of experience, and a demonstrated track record of managing successful campaigns in Australia and beyond.”

“We establish connections with the most well-known and powerful celebrities, quickly attracting customers to your company. An exceptional chance is provided to our clients to expand their brands globally.

Khloé Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kris Jenner, and Kylie Jenner are among the TV famous rich pals of Disick who are all listed as major lottery organizers. Millions of people were affected by the lottery as a whole.

Plaintiffs are suing each party in the lawsuit for $20 million. However, a list of previous campaign winners may be found in the “Frequently Asked Questions” section of the company’s landing page. The corporation answers the question, “How is the winner selected?,” with the following information:

We use a third-party facilitator’s services to conduct a random drawing of all qualified applicants. They have the approval and compliance of the Australian government. We also hire a fully certified independent scrutineer to oversee the random draw, as required by Australian law.

One of the alleged winners uses the handle @nana billions on social media. They announced on August 31:

“Pinch me, please! I’m yelling, “OMG, this is crazy!” @curatedbusinesses@curated businesses legal Thank you so much, folks! I’m stunned.

It remains to be seen whether or not this will hold up in court. We’ll keep you informed as events unfold.

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