Scott Disick and Kim Kardashian, both famously wealthy, are being sued over allegedly running a lottery scheme
that swindled people's personal data for advertising purposes.
According to TMZ, the lawsuit alleges that the pair orchestrated a lottery scheme where the winner received $100,000 and two tickets for Los Angeles.
A prize package also included a 3-night hotel stay in Los Angeles for a winner.
The lawsuit stated that they claimed the real purpose of the lottery was to provide their personal information.
However, since entering the contest, they have been "invaded" by hundreds of advertisers who are soliciting them with potentially offensive or unwanted content.
It was alleged that the accounts of the "winners", which were made public after they won, could have been deleted and didn't exist.
The suit names Disick, Kardashian, and Curated Businesses as the lottery's company.
Curated Businesses stated to TMZ that the lottery was 100 percent legal and that they have all the paperwork.