Jenner reportedly claimed the party would be a “quiet dinner” with about 15 guests. But it turned out to be much more than that.
“This is a young girl, she’s popular and had a lot of friends there, and they had a wild party. It really shows a lot of disrespect,” said lawyer Robert G. Klein of Beverly Hills, who represents the owner.
The party included a male stripper and loud music. Klein is seeking $151,000 damages.
Gabriel Fedida, a trustee for Toy 2014 Trust, which owns the property, sued in Los Angeles Superior Court, charging Jenner, Ewing Realty Group Inc. and Sotheby’s International Realty with breach of contract, fraud and trespass.
Fedida said he was hesitant at first to rent the home for its $10,000 a day fee, after his son told him the renters would be “the Kardashians.”
But he said he was assured by Sotheby’s real estate agent Tomer Fridman, also a defendant, that the evening would be limited to a small dinner party with no more than 15 guests. The party, he said, would be “properly supervised.”
Fridman also offered to pay a $10,000 security deposit on top of the $10,000 rental fee. Momager Kris Jenner signed the contract.
The dinner party, however, turned out to be a blow out “rager,” according to the suit. More than 100 people showed up and trashed the place, causing $101,000 in damage, according to court papers.
So far defendants in the suit have not responded or comment, according to Courthouse News Service.
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