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The Kardashians have been sued yet again over their Khroma Beauty collection. You may recall that the reality television sisters launched their makeup venture last year, only to be slapped with multiple trademark infringement lawsuits, including one from Lee Tillett, the owner of the federally registered Kroma trademark. Boldface Licensing + Branding, the company that owns the right to license Khroma Beauty, filed a lawsuit seeking declaratory relief that it was not infringing Tillett’s mark and in response, the Florida-based makeup artist filed a $10 million trademark infringement suit against the Kardashian sisters, alleging that they began marketing their competing makeup line after Tillett began discussions with Kim Kardashian to represent the Kroma collection.

Following a preliminary ruling in Tillett’s favor from the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California Judge Audrey B. Collins, the famous sisters agreeing to change the name of their company to Kardashian Beauty, to avoid infringing Tillett’s mark any further. Well, as of this week, Kroma Makeup EU, the exclusive European licensee of the the Kroma collection, has filed suit in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, for various trademark-related claims and is asking the court to award it significant monetary damages stemming from the Kardashians’ collection. More to come …