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Kim Kardashian Wins Lawsuit Against Missguided For 'Knocking Off' Her Clothes

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Kim Kardashian Wins Lawsuit Against Missguided For 'Knocking Off' Her Clothes

Kim Kardashian Wins Lawsuit Against Missguided For 'Knocking Off' Her Clothes

Kim Kardashian West has won damages of $2.7 million in a lawsuit against a British fashion brand.

According to Business Insider, Kardashian accused the brand of using her name and profile to sell clothes.

In her lawsuit against Missguided, Kardashian West said the brand was "notorious" for selling knock-off versions of celebrity looks.

A judge in California ordered the US arm of Missguided to pay damages after it failed to respond to Kardashian West's lawsuit.

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