Kendall and Kylie Jenner are being sued for allegedly stealing lingerie designs, TMZ reports. A German lace company called Klauber Bros. Inc has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit claiming that the sisters used its lace work without permission and is seeking all sales profits from the garments in question.
According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, Klauber Bros. claims that the Jenners incorporated its specific two-dimensional lace designs without permission on thongs and on the waistband of a black slip dress.
The German company reportedly states that the Jenners' are cashing in on its artwork and request that the they stop selling the pieces online and in stores.
Klauber Bros. has been in business since 1859 and its website states that most of its designs are "copyrighted and based on original artwork."
As some may remember, this isn't the first time the Jenner sisters have been sued over their designs. In 2017, photographer Michael Miller sued the two for using his work on a few Tupac T-shirts on their Kendall + Kylie line.
Updates to follow.