Chinese man sues realtor for letting the Kardashians' trash his home
A Chinese man named Jianxiang Huang is suing a realtor for "aiding and abetting a trespass," after he learned that the realtor let his house be used by the Kardashians.
Washington: A Chinese man named Jianxiang Huang is suing a realtor for "aiding and abetting a trespass," after he learned that the realtor let his house be used by the Kardashians.
The man, who's considered the Asian Ryan Seacrest, and Li Weihong had bought the house in Calabasas in 2012, right next door to Kourtney Kardashian, and had left it vacant leaning their realtor in charge until they moved in, TMZ.com reported.
However, when Huang returned last August, he found that his house was trashed his house in the worst way, with oil on the backsplash, unstacked metal bowls, "significantly used" sugar and salt and even Pittsburgh Steelers slippers in the closet.
A neighbour told him that his house was on an episode of ' Keeping Up the with Kardashians ' in January, when Khloe was looking for a home to escape the Lamar drama, and it was all recorded on cameras when the family trashed the house, saying it had bad feng shui.
A humiliated Huang stated in his lawsuit that 2 million people worldwide saw the Kardashians bring great dishonor to his house, and has put all the blame on the realtor, leaving the Kardashians alone.