If you’re addicted to the Kardashian-Jenner’s Instagram feeds then you’ll remember seeing odd pics of the sisters pushing a particular prod in their pics. A little bit of FitTea here and Calvin Klein undies there - no biggie, right? Ah, actually, really wrong apparently.
According to Page Six, Kris Jenner’s been issued a legal letter from Truth in Advertising Inc which accuses our fave momager and the rest of her Klan of engaging in ‘deceptive marketing campaigns’ on Insta.
The letter explains that the issue was brought to their attention after they “found a plethora of posts [on the Kardashian-Jenner’s instagram accounts] that do not clearly or conspicuously disclose their relationships with the companies being promoted in the posts as is required by federal law.”
27 different companies are listed in the letter, including Puma, Estée Lauder and Karl Lagerfeld.
"Consumers have the right to know when they're looking at paid advertising," said Jessica Rich, director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection.
The letter continues by threatening to notify the Federal Trade Commission if the issue is not ‘fully corrected’ by Wednesday (AKA by adding in the usual hashtags #sp, #spon or #ad).
The allegations are obvs pretty serious, with the crew already editing a whole heap of their Insta post captions.
Here’s hoping they can trawl through their accounts before the deadline!