Kim Kardashian’s Gap Lawsuit Won’t Stick In Court?

Last July, Kim Kardashian filed a lawsuit against Old Navy and their parent company, Gap, over lookalike Melissa Molinaro. The company used Melissa in a commercial for their brand and in her commercial, she was seen singing and dancing.

Now, we’ve heard that Kim’s lawsuit against the clothing giant might not stick in court. Oh noes! HA, just kidding — we don’t really care that this twit won’t be able to continue lining her pockets for being talentless.

At the time the ad surfaced, Kim launched her lawsuit, complaining that the company used a lookalike to get fans to believe that she was affiliated with them. She thought that she suffered damages to the Kardashian brand to the tune of $15-$20 million.

Experts say that the lawsuit is not likely to stick in court. In the court documents, Kim is referred to as being “libel proof” because she has already done so much to her own reputation that it would be difficult for anyone else to do any worse. She starred in her own sex tape, which catapulted herself and her family into fame. Now they have their reality television shows and have endorsed numerous products and are raking in millions per year with all of their ventures.

How could anyone possibly think they could do worse to her reputation? What do you think? Hit the comments and let us know!

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