Newswire: Kylie Jenner sued for biting another artist’s style for the second time this month

If even half of the accusations of appropriation and infringement leveled against model, reality-TV personality, and member of the Pepsi revolutionary guard Kylie Jenner are true, then maybe she and Shia LaBeouf should go in on a fragrance line called “Faux.” (“Faux,” the two of them whisper into each other’s open mouths, nude on a rocky beach in high-contrast black and white. “Faux,” she repeats, reaching out to touch his chest. He vanishes with a metallic shimmer.)

Less than a month after she and sister Kendall Jenner got sued for basically slapping their names on T-shirts printed with photos of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. and calling them their own, Jenner is once against being sued for stealing another artists’ work. This time around, the offending image is a logo used in the trailer for Jenner’s upcoming E! reality series, Life Of Kylie, which British …

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