Court documents show Kris Jenner. 60, denies all claims that she stole the notion for the mobile app Kim Kardashian: Hollywood from Kung Fu Factory Jenner wants the app developer firm to drop lawsuit brought on in November that claimed copyright infringement - or have it dismissed Kung Fu Factory is demanding a share of the income from the app which is raking in hundreds of thousands for the reality Tv star Jenner and app creator Glu Mobile Inc.
says Kung Fu Factory has no legal leg to stand on in the case For far more of the newest from Kris Jenner take a look at www.dailymail.co.uk/kris Kris Jenner is undertaking what she does very best - defending her family's identify. The organization filed a federal lawsuit against Jenner and Glu Mobile Inc.
in November claiming they stole the thought for daughter Kim Kardashian 's hugely successful mobile app referred to as Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. Kris Jenner denies claims in federal lawsuit that she stole concept for Kim Kardashian's mobile app from company Kung Fu Factory.
She launched a new jewlry line these days Kim's mobile app, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, has brought in millions for the reality Television star.
Estimates are at $200 million for final yr alone The suit claims Kris contacted Kung Fu Factory via a representative in 2011 saying she was interested in producing a Kardashian-themed video game for her household.
Kung Fu Factory says it was on board and designed a proposal with mock-ups of the game for Kris. The organization stated its edition was quite specific and included everything from how Kim along with sisters Kourtney and Khloe looked, how the game was played and several other information.
Even so, months following Kung Fu Factory presented its pitch the business was advised Kris was not moving forward with the proposal.
Kung Fu Factory says Kris contacted the firm in 2011 saying she was interested in producing a Kardashian-themed video game for her family members then declined the proposal Then in 2014, the organization says it saw Kim's app launched and noticed there have been as well many similarities amongst the original proposal and this game - claiming its copyright was infringed by the Kardashians. Kung Fu Factory then filed a lawsuit for unspecified damages, including a lower of profits from the Kim K. app, which was estimated to make $200 million least 12 months. Now Kris and Glu Mobile Inc. which developed the app, have lastly fired back and are asking for the whole thing to be thrown out instantly, in accordance to court paperwork. Glu Mobile Inc. explains that Kim's app was built as a new skin on prime of two prior video games it had released entitled, 'Stardom: Hollywood' back in 2011. The business says the two games are identical with themes, story lines, writing and dialogue. In addition, it says the two games are not related and the things they claim are stolen are not topic to copyright. It points out the Kardashian sisters and the notion of a game involving them can not be protected beneath the law.
Robust defense: Kylie Jenner, Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, and Kourtney Kardashian when they were last witnessed together in November Game stars: The Kim Kardashian app is the newest in the family's ventures and now at the center of litigation