NEW YORK (CBS) Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian are facing some off-screen drama.
A company that created a prepaid debit card endorsed by the reality TV stars has sued the trio for breach of contract.
The Fresno Bee reports that Revenue Resource Group LLC claims it lost millions of dollars after the sisters pulled out of the deal in November after facing criticism over the card's fees.
The company's lawsuit claims they broke their contract and cost company at least $75 million in losses. The sisters' mother, Kris Kardashian Jenner, and their company, Dash Dolls LLC, are also named in the suit.
The suit alleges the sisters improperly terminated a two-year contract to promote the Kardashian Kard, a prepaid debit card aimed at young adults. The deal had called for the sisters to advertise the card on their websites and through social media, according to the report. They also were supposed to appear at events on behalf of the company.
The sistersthree weeks after it's Nov. 9 launch, following a warning from Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal that the card's fees were "predatory."
Blumenthal described the Kardashian Kard as "filled with gotcha fees and charges, such as $99.95 annual fees, $7.95 monthly fees...ATM withdrawal fees, bill pay fees, loading fees - and even charges for talking to a live operator at their service center and a card cancellation fee."