Kylie Jenner Gets Accused and Sued for Stealing a Design… Again

Today in Kardashian news: Kylie Jenner gets sued (again!) for allegedly stealing and using the famous design of British artist Sara Pope. If you’ve been following her life closely (don’t deny you watched all episodes of KUWTK), she often gets a lot of complaints for stealing or copying designs.

First up was the dripping lips on the boxes of her Kylie Lip Kits, then there’s the stealing of designs from other brands of makeup palettes, copping fashion designs from an independent clothing brand, and now she’s getting flak for the neon lights logo of her new show Life of Kylie.

Life of Kylie logo. Screencap from Youtube.

Sara Pope alleges that Kylie Jenner and NBC Universal used the design that’s a dead-ringer for one of her pieces called “Temptation Neon.” An artwork she released back in 2015 and as mentioned earlier, her most famous piece.

Yikes! This feels like the nth time Kylie has been sued. Is it time for her to hire a team dedicated to cross-checking all of her future designs? I think she needs to.

[Marie Claire and Page Six]


Photo courtesy of Kylie Jenner’s Instagram account

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