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Kourtney Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend, Scott Disick, is one of the last people to know about Kim Kardashian’s decision to hire a surrogate. Pictured: Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, Disick attend the Jill Stuart Spring 2011 fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at David Koch Theatre at Lincoln Center on Sept. 11, 2010 in New York City. Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images for IMG


  • Kim Kardashian and Scott Disick are being sued for promoting luxury prizes on social media that were allegedly part of a fake lottery scam
  • The lawsuit claimed the lottery was organized to allegedly sell participants' personal information to advertisers
  • The company that organized the lottery reportedly claims it has paperwork to prove every winner is legitimate and has been awarded their prizes

Kim Kardashian and Scott Disick have been named in a $40 million lawsuit over promoting luxury prizes on social media back in 2020 that were allegedly part of a fake lottery scam.

The Skims founder and the Talentless clothing founder were both named in a class action lawsuit along with the Australian company Curated Businesses for a giveaway that was allegedly a front to sell personal information to advertisers, TMZ reported.

The lawsuit, obtained by the outlet, claimed that Kardashian and Disick created a lottery promising that the winner would get $100,000, two first-class tickets to Los Angeles, a three-night stay in Beverly Hills and the opportunity to "shop like Kim Kardashian."

Unnamed sources close to Curated Businesses, which organized the lottery, told the outlet Thursday that every winner is legitimate and has been awarded their prizes. The sources also insisted that the company has the paperwork to prove it.

However, the plaintiffs — made up of people who participated in the contests but did not win — alleged in the lawsuit that the 2020 lottery was a scam and was organized to allegedly sell the lottery participants' personal information to advertisers.

The plaintiffs claimed in the suit that they have been "invaded by hundreds of advertisers, some of which are soliciting the Plaintiffs with potentially offensive and unwanted content," according to TMZ.

According to the court papers, the Instagram accounts of those who won were quickly made private after the announcement of the winners. The plaintiffs reportedly doubt the winners' legitimacy.

The lottery was allegedly organized by Disick on his Instagram account, and several influencers promoted it, including Kim, Kendall Jenner, Kris Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Sofia Richie, Gretchen Christine Rossi and Christine Quinn, according to the lawsuit.

"Just a short 20 years ago, Oprah was giving away cars and cash. But today's entertainment tycoons seem to only care about becoming richer and living an even more opulent lifestyle while duping their fans and followers," the lawsuit alleged.

Disick and Kardashian are the only stars named in the suit, according to TMZ. The lawsuit is reportedly seeking $20 million from each defendant.

Reps for Disick, Kardashian and Curated Businesses could not immediately be reached for comment, according to Page Six.

The Australian-based company explains on its website how it picks the winners, the outlet noted. It also has a list of campaign winners from 2019 to 2022 on one of its landing pages.

"We engage the services of a third party facilitator to conduct a random draw of all eligible entrants," the company states on its Frequent Asked Questions page. "They are Australian government approved and compliant. As required by Australian law, we also engage the services of fully qualified independent scrutineer to oversee the random draw."

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(Left to right) Scott Disick, Rob Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Kris Jenner and Kendall Jenner arrive at the grand opening of the Kardashian Khaos store at The Mirage Hotel & Casino Dec. 15, 2011, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Getty Images/Ethan Miller