Rob Kardashian is under criminal investigation after violating California’s revenge porn laws when he posted private pictures of Blac Chyna.
“The penalty for violating California’s cyber exploitation statute ― as it’s officially known ― is up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine for the first offense. But if Kardashian is charged with violating multiple counts of this criminal statute, the penalties would be much harsher. Kardashian could also face a severe civil suit from Chyna.”
It’s only Tuesday, but it’s already been a bad week for the Kardashian klan.
Two of the sisters, Kylie Jenner and Khloé Kardashian, have been publicly accused of outright stealing the designs of black women entrepreneurs, repackaging them as their own and then lying about it. […]
The Kardashians are not under fire because they are hurting black women’s feelings. After all, shoutouts do not pay the bills.
This is a conversation about one of the most recognizable brands in modern American history doing what so many companies and governments before them have done: making money off of the labor of black women, while relegating actual black women to the sidelines.