Khloe Kardashian is being sued for allegedly causing “severe mental anguish” after a late-night fight outside an L.A. club in 2009.
When someone attacks you outside a nightclub, do you: Call the police and press charges or do you wait for two years and sue that person?
If you’re Chantal Spears, you do the latter and file suit nearly two full years later. Spears — also known as Rolando Spears — filed a lawsuit in a Los Angeles county court claiming that Khloe Kardashian attacked her “in and about her body” outside Hollywood’s Playhouse Nightclub on Dec. 5, 2009.
Spears claims that she told Kardashian’s new husband, Lamar Odom, that he was too young to get married. “All I was telling Lamar Odom is maybe he is too young to get married and all of a sudden I get this big push from this girl,” Spears told TMZ.
Kardashian was 25 and Odom was 30 when they wed in October 2009.
Spears said she required medical care for extensive injuries and suffered “severe mental anguish.” Police did question both sides at the time, but Spears declined to press charges.
“This was two years ago and Khloe did nothing. This person shoved Khloe and she pushed them off. This person just wants to jump on the bandwagon!” a source close to the reality star told US Weekly.
Kardashian‘s rep hasn’t responded to a request for comment, but we doubt it’s even a blip on her radar right now. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is more focused on keeping positivity in her life, according to her Twitter feed.
“Why do some want to push you when you are falling but they never want to help building when you are on your way up? #WeAreAllHuman,” she tweeted Sunday. “I love building any and everyone up! There’s enough of LIFE to go around 🙂 LOVE is LOVE.”
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