Kris Jenner commented that she recently went under the knife to get a new face for her daughter, Kim Kardashian’s wedding. She had the procedure done in June, so that she wouldn’t look like an alien (basically) when it came to the wedding date, which is August 20th.
Now, there’s an anti-aging cosmetics company that Kris endorsed, who’s suing her for breach of contract! They have a point…if you want to endorse anti-aging products then it would seem rather dumb to get plastic surgery. It’s like false advertising, isn’t it? You don’t use a spokesperson for a weight loss product who has gotten gastric bypass done, right?
Still, Kris thinks the lawsuit from the company, B&P, has no merit because the surgery only tightened up loose neck skin and didn’t really affect her face. TMZ has more:
By doing so, B&P alleges, Jenner violated her agreement not to harm the reputation of the company and the product she’s endorsing — an eye care line called “Beautiful Eyes in a Bag.”
But sources close to the Kardashian Klan tell TMZ, Kris is adamant … the lawsuit is BOGUS — because Kris’ facelift didn’t affect her eyes in any way whatsoever … JUST HER NECK.
Kris’ alleged agreement with B&P went into affect in March 2011 and was to be effective until March 2012 — but Kris admitted … she got the facelift in June.
I’ll tell you this….whoever thought up that tagline, “Beautiful Eyes In A Bag” makes it sound like this is a product only for use in morgues. That would not inspire me to want to purchase anything they make. Would you?
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