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Kardashians sued for $32 million over line profits

The former CEO of a celebrity company is seeking as much as $32 million from the Kardashians over their Kardashian line.

TMZ reported Thursday that John LaBonty, who headed up Boldface that launched the line, alleges Kim, Khloe and Kourtney along with momager Kris Jenner failed to pay him an agreed five percent share of profits from their products.

The reality TV family had a deal with Boldface to market the products and although the company was acquired by another company in 2014, Labonty says he's still entitled to millions of dollars in profits. 

DailyMail.com has contacted reps for the Kardashians and Jenner for comment. 

Lawsuit: Kim Kardashian, pictured September 9 in NYC, is being sued by the former CEO of the company that launched the Kardashian Beauty line over alleged unpaid share of profits

Lawsuit: , pictured September 9 in NYC, is being sued by the former CEO of the company that launched the Kardashian line over alleged unpaid share of profits

It's the latest suit to be filed stemming from the launch of the Kardashian line back in 2012.

It debuted as Khroma with Boldface marketing the products.

But almost straightaway it was hit with lawsuits from the owner of a high-end Beverly Hills makeup studio named Chroma and a Florida woman who'd trademarked the name Kroma for her own makeup line in 2004.

During the ensuing legal drama, sales of the Kardashian products slumped and in

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