Kim Kardashian called out for similarities between Skkn and Skn by Lori Harvey
Kim Kardashian is being called out by critics who feel her newly announced skincare line, Skkn by Kim, is eerily similar to the one Lori Harvey launched last year, Skn by LH.
“Anyone with a fully developed brain and a pair of working eyeballs can clearly see that S-K-N and S-K-K-N is the same,” one Instagram user argued. “You could be so creative with your kids’ names. Now all of a sudden, you lost creativity? … At this point, it’s pretty much giving copy and paste.” The same dissenter pointed out that Kardashian, 41, “has a history,” as a Twitter user accused the reality star of “stealing from a black woman for the thousandth time.”
“KKN by Kim?? What happened to SKN by Lori Harvey??? One thing the Kardashians gon do is take from black women chileee,” another person tweeted.
“Why would kim do a line called SKKN when lori harvey has SKN. who’s [sic] bright idea was that?” wondered someone else, while another critic asked, “Did Kim Kardashian really name her skincare like SKKN because LoriHarvey already took SKN??
The “Kardashians” star’s nine-step product line is set to drop on June 21, eight months after the model daughter of Steve Harvey debuted her five-step system.
Matthew Morrison reads alleged text sent to ‘SYTYCD’ contestant: ‘I have nothing to hide’
Matthew Morrison claims the alleged text he sent to a “So You Think You Can Dance” contestant – which led to his abrupt exit as a judge – was not inappropriate.
“It’s really unfortunate that I have to sit here and defend myself and my family against blatantly untrue statements made anonymously, but I have nothing to hide,” the “Glee” alum, 43, said in a video posted to his Instagram on Thursday.
“So, in the interest of transparency, I will read to you the one message that I wrote to a dancer on the show.” Morrison then proceeded to read the alleged text out loud – but did not show his phone or any screenshots of the conversation on camera.
“Hey! It’s Matthew. If you don’t mind, would love to get your number and talk you through some things,” the message read, according to Morrison, who claims he sent it because he and the unnamed individual “share a mutual respect” for the same choreographer.
Amber Heard’s lawyer says she won’t be able to pay the $10 million penalty to Johnny Depp
Amber Heard’s lawyer said on Thursday that Heard won’t be able to fork over the more than $10 million in damages she owes to her ex-husband, Johnny Depp, after a Virginia jury on Wednesday ruled in favor of Depp in his defamation lawsuit against Heard.
When asked by NBC “Today” show host Savannah Guthrie on Thursday whether Heard was able to pay the penalty, her attorney, Elaine Bredehoft, responded, “Oh no, absolutely not.”
Additionally, Bredehoft said Heard would appeal Wednesday’s verdict. Bredehoft added that it sends “a horrible message.”
“It’s a significant setback, because that’s exactly what it means,” Bredehoft said. “Unless you pull out your phone and you video your spouse or your significant other beating you, effectively, you won’t be believed.” Depp had said Heard damaged his career by accusing him of domestic violence. Heard filed a countersuit against Depp. Following a bombshell six-week trial, the jury returned a verdict on Wednesday, finding that Heard had defamed Depp with a 2018 Washington Post op-ed article. The jury awarded Depp $15 million — $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages — but the judge lessened the punitive damages to $350,000, citing limits set by state law.
EXCLUSIVE: @SavannahGuthrie talks to Amber Heard’s attorney, Elaine Charlson Bredhoft, following Johnny Depp's legal win. pic.twitter.com/i1EOlz1NcU
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