Kim Kardashian – App Designer Says Reality Star Stole Kimoji App Idea: She’s A Bully!
Kim Kardashian once said this of using her social media influence to fight cyber-bullying:
“If you can help people and make a sh*t load of money, I mean, why not?”
Well, money is all Kim thinks about according to David Liebensohn. Reportedly, David, an app designer from Oklahoma, is planning to sue the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star for, essentially, stealing millions of dollars from him by hijacking a deal they agreed to.
David Liebensohn says that Kim offered to promote his cyber-bullying app, CensorOut, for 40% of the profits, but she, then, turned around and gave the idea to the creators of Instagram – shutting him out of the deal. He also alleges that Kim stole the multi-million dollar Kimoji app idea from him. He says he both created and designed the app. David Liebensohn told Page Six:
“She is a bully. She stole my life’s work. No one should have to go through what I have in the past four-and-a-half years since I met her.”
Kim Kardashian’s lawyer, Marty Singer, says that Kim’s team attempted to settle the case out of court, but David never signed the agreement. That was in 2014. Marty commented:
“This is a ridiculous, absurd claim without merit. We sued this guy first because they violated Kim’s rights by using her name to promote their app, which was not unique. There were six other apps that did the same thing.”
David Liebensohn and his lawyer, Robert Hantman, plan to sue Kim Kardashian for $100 million next week. Robert said:
“Unfortunately all efforts to resolve this case have failed. Along with a team of Oklahoma lawyers, we will clarify the real creator of Kimojis.”
Did Kim Kardashian steal the Kimoji app idea?
Written by Miata Shanay