Kim Kardashian is being sued over her method of hair removal -- apparently she's lying about how she rids herself of unwanted fuzz.
It's amazing that the reality show star ever gets anything done with all the lawsuits she's involved in -- earlier this year she sued Old Navy for using her lookalike Melissa Molinaro in a commercial (Melissa is an aspiring singer that dated Kim's ex Reggie Bush), and she just sued her alleged publicist Jonathan Jaxson for claiming that her marriage to Kris Humphries was nothing more than a moneymaking scheme. Meanwhile comedian Rob Delaney claims that he's suing Kim Kardashian because he thinks her wedding was a sham.
So of course the last thing that Kim needs while going through divorce is another lawsuit. But any publicity is good publicity to the Kardashian clan, right?
According to TMZ, Radiant, the company behind the oh-so-cleverly-named no!no! hair removal system, is suing Kim for being the waxy, hair-free face of TRIA, one of its competitors.
According to Kim Kardashian's claims (or those of some ad agency writer), women will never need razors or shaving cream again while using TRIA. However, the instructions with TRIA state that it is a tool to be used in concert with shaving, and according to Radiant, its competitor even admits that it's not safe for the face, nipples, genitals or anus, among other areas (not that anyone should be using the same hair removal system on their anus and their face, anyway). So basically TRIA is only good for the arms, legs, and chest, while no!no! can even be used on no! no! parts.
Radiant is also upset because Kim Kardashian has said many times that she pays for expensive laser removal treatments to make her body virtually hairless, and she's done a good job of managing to resemble a wide-eyed Sphynx cat so far. However, it's not fair for her to claim that peasants can achieve a similar waxy sheen by purchasing a product that can't be used to remove hair everywhere.
So do you think that Radiant has a legitimate claim here, or is the company just jealous that Kim (or more than likely Kris Jenner) decided that TRIA was the product she decided to attach her name to?
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