Kim Kardashian West is reportedly suing an online media outlet for suggesting she lied about her brutal Paris Fashion Week robbery experience.
TMZ has reported that the mother of two has filed a lawsuit against MediaTakeOut.com for three posts about the ordeal which saw $10 million worth of jewellery being stolen from the luxury Parisian apartment she was renting.
One of the site’s posts alleged that the KUWTK star had “staged” the robbery, but Kim’s lawsuit claims the site used random social media users as its sources.
Another story suggested the “French authorities” suspect the 35-year-old had “let the robbers in” to the apartment herself.
According to TMZ, Kim’s legal team previously asked the site to remove the stories, but since they’ve received no response they have decided to take action.
The news comes as Khloe Kardashian revealed to Ellen Degeneres that her sister is not doing well after the ordeal.
Online dating site OkCupid, have asked their users to avoid using the Mozilla Firefox browser.
In a statement on their website, OkCupid claim that “Mozilla’s new CEO, Brendan Eich, is an opponent of equal rights for gay couples. We would therefore prefer that our users not use Mozilla software to access OkCupid.”
It was revealed that Eichs made a significant donation to California’s 2008 Propositions 8 campaign , which would ban same-sex marriage.
Last month, the storm rose when Eich was promoted to CEO of the company causing a Twitter backlash.
Mozilla Firefox released a statement yesterday in which they re-affirmed their support for LGBT equality.
In their statement, OkCupid explain their passion behind this request, saying: “We’ve devoted the last ten years to bringing people – all people – together. If individuals like Mr. Eich had their way, then roughly 8% of the relationships we’re worked so hard to bring about would be illegal. Equality for gay relationships is personally important to many of us here at OkCupid. But it’s professionally important to the entire company.”