Bethenny Frankel has never shied away from being upfront and criticizing whatever and whoever she finds problematic. Her special hatred for the Kardashians, fairly justified, is a well-known thing. Frankel believes in calling a spade, a spade – thus calling the Kardashians fake, fits that bill.
Be it their “irresponsible” photoshops that make normal women insecure, or having innumerable plastic surgeries to create an unrealistic beauty standard, Frankel has had something right to say about all of these.
Bethenny Frankel never holds back
This time around, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star took a jibe at Kim Kardashian and Scott Disick for a fake lottery scam that they are also getting sued for, and that too for a whopping sum of $40 million.
Page Six posted about the “prettyyyy big lawsuit” that Kardashian and Disick find themselves embroiled in, on their Instagram account. And Bethenny Frankel, 51, commented with reference to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine back in February, “It was also a crime to post about a luxury giveaway on the day war broke out in Ukraine. I gotta be honest with you. You look like f–king clowns.”
Kim Kardashian and Scott Disick sued for selling information to third parties
A lot of people who contended for the lottery are suing the Kardashians, the organizer, and ‘Curated Businesses’ – the company that organizes the lottery. The allegation against said parties is that they sold plaintiffs’ information to third parties.
The lawsuit states that the participants of the lottery were “invaded by hundreds of advertisers, some of which are soliciting the Plaintiffs with potentially offensive and unwanted content.”
Kourtney K’s ex-partner, Scott Disick has been named as the brains behind the scam in the lawsuit, whereas the Kardashian-Jenner clan, namely Kim, Khloé, and Kourtney Kardashian, Kris Jenner, and Kylie Jenner have been accused of supporting Disick by promoting his schemes on their heavily followed social media platforms.
Although, as per reports from TMZ, a source close to ‘Curated Businesses’ clearly denied all the allegations, claiming that they had proof of past winners.
The accused parties other than ‘Curated Businesses’, i.e. Kim K and Scott Disick are yet to respond to the allegations. However, both of them did delete all their social media posts about the giveaway/alleged scam. It is not known if they did so before or after the filing of the lawsuit.
Kim Kardashian’s appalling tone-deafness
Kim K had been heavily criticized back in March even. The reality star had posted about a giveaway promising grand prizes ranging from $100,000 to luxury vacations for following certain Instagram usernames. less than a week after the Ukraine invasion, and her followers couldn’t help but express their disgust at her obliviousness.
One follower commented, “The tone-deafness of this post is actually appalling”. Other followers claimed that it would be better if she gave the prizes to the victims in Ukraine.