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Ray J's & Brandy's Mother Suing Kim Kardashian for $120,000

February 8, 2008 5:32 PM | Brandy | Ray J | Comments (0)

Brandy's and Ray-J's mother Sonja Norwood is suing Kim Kardashian for making unauthorized charges on her American Express credit card that total more than $120,000. Sonja Norwood claims Kim Kardashian was authorized to use the card for one purchase in 2004 in her job as a stylist for both Brandy and Ray J. 

Ray J who is also Kim's ex-boyfriend who co-stared the couples infamous sex tape. The lawsuit seeks repayment of the charges plus 10 percent interest. 

Sonja Norwood has released a statement explaining that her lawsuit against Kim Kardashian is a last resort which is against the wishes of her two kids.

"I did not want to commence litigation against the Kardashian family without conducting an exhaustive investigation into the charges and discussing all options, including criminal prosecution, with my family."

Sonja Norwood also gave Kim Kardashian and her siblings the opportunity to settle the matter out of court:

"After Ray J and Brandy urged me not to file criminal charges because of their prior friendship, I decided to afford the Kardashians an opportunity to resolve this matter without a lawsuit," Norwood said. "When the fraudulent charges were brought to their attention, they apologized profusely, and advised us, through their attorneys, that they would pay the debt in full. However, they have since reneged on that promise."

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