KAccording to page 6, Hloé Kardashian does not want the Internet to see her recently unedited photo, so she asks her Instagram account to delete the image, or she will face legal consequences.
The portrait of Kardashian began to circulate over the weekend and is said to have been released by her maternal grandmother Mary Jo “MJ” Shannon. Kardashian looks a lot like makeup and smiles while wearing a leopard bikini. Undoubtedly, this photo is more candid than the vague, smooth and edited images usually posted by one-on-one mothers.
But as the fan page began to repost the picture, Kardashian̵
Allegedly, Instagram also warned about the account that the post was deleted because the post was reported to be copyright infringement, and stated that the image belonged to Kardashian and linked back to its team members via email. (Since then, Twitter has deleted the tweets containing the images seen by “The Daily Beast”, as well as other tweets criticizing Kardashian’s use in pushing back the photos.)
The Daily Beast learns that Kardashian’s camp has contacted at least two Instagram accounts for this photo.
One of the accounts posted side-by-side with the newly edited Kardashian photo, deleted the photo and wrote: “Today is so tired. Don’t ask me about this situation, because I cannot legally talk about this situation.”
In the statement on page 6, Romulus did not deny that Kardashian’s team promoted the account to delete the image, and said that although this is a “beautiful” photo of a reality star, it was posted by “wrong”.
She said: “The color-edited photos were taken from Khloé at a private family gathering and were posted on social media by mistake without an assistant,” she said. “Khloé looks beautiful, but the copyright owner has the right not to want its deleted images to be deleted.”
Another source on page 6 admitted that although Kardashian’s unapproved photos did undergo some editing, this is not the standard for the images she usually publishes.
“Another source on page 6 admitted that although Kardashian’s unapproved photos did undergo some editing, this is not the standard for the images she usually publishes.“
“Daily Beast” made further contact with Kardashian’s team.
Liartingz is a fairly large Instagram account that regularly posts unedited celebrity photos to compare airbrush images with actual photos, and claims that Instagram infringed their Kardashian photos. They said this is one of the rare cases where they have never heard of celebrities claiming “copyright infringement” on such photos.
They said: “She just proved her point of view to everyone.” “It’s easy to sell this kind of’I have confidence, and you will also think’ to women. Just buy my jeans and my lip gloss.” However, If you are so sure of your identity, why does a beautiful-looking photo bother you so much? “
They added: “Prove that the other celebrity they portrayed on social media is a fake portrait they created.”