Thursday, May 23, 2013
Kris Jenner has something to frown about these days after being sued by a company she endorsed. The matriarch of the Kardashian clan underwent a well-publicized facelift last year before her daughter Kim's heavily televised nuptials to Kris Humphries. Khloe Kardashian publicly discussed the nip and tuck, and even Jenner's plastic surgeon, Garth Fisher, told X17Online, "To be even more beautiful for Kim's wedding, I performed a Format Face Pinnacle Lift on Kris Jenner." Jenner is free to get all the surgery she wants - but this time, it's gonna cost her because before the surgery, she endorsed Frownies, a product that claims to prevent wrinkles while you sleep without the need for surgery. B&P Cosmetics brought a lawsuit against Jenner for breach of contract in 2011, which they claim violated the image they wanted to promote with her endorsement. Jenner has filed a countersuit, alleging that the scuttlebutt surrounding her facelift were just "rumors published on the Internet." Paul Monzione, who represents B&P Cosmetics, told RadarOnline.com, "It's an interesting legal move, but we fail to see what factual basis she has that B&P created the rumor. The company was hoping to have financial benefits with her as a spokesperson, but then she got a facelift!"