Kim Kardashian shows up with cameras for jury duty in gang murder case

By Abby Amoakuh

Published Oct 20, 2023 at 12:16 PM

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She is a sister, a mother, a model, a former stylist, a billionaire businesswoman, a socialite, a law student, a reality TV show star, and now a juror. No, I am not talking about Barbie but another woman, who clearly is everything. Kimberly Noel Kardashian, aka Kim K.

The SKIMS CEO was spotted at the Van Nuys Courthouse all week, according to recent reports from the Daily Mail and TMZ.

Kardashian is reportedly a prospective juror in a case where two men have been charged with murdering another one in a gang-related crime.

On Thursday 19 October 2023, she was spotted at the courthouse wearing leather pants, high boots and a sleeveless white blouse. The star was also spotted eating snacks in the courthouse hallway during the breaks with other prospective jurors.

Nevertheless, Kardashian was dismissed after the court adjourned on Thursday, as the prosecution and defence selected 12 other jury members, along with four alternate members.

Interestingly, the reality TV show star had members of her Hulu crew filming her, as she boarded an SUV in the parking lot of the courthouse. So would it be far off to assume that this interesting stint as a potential juror might find his way into a future episode of The Kardashians?

It wouldn’t be the first time Kardashian included legal business in the series either. Since the star started to pursue a law degree, viewers were able to see her studying for the baby bar, as well as working on pro bono cases to help people in legal peril.

Season 2 of The Kardashians also focused on the highly publicised trial against her brother’s former girlfriend Blac Chyna, also known as Angela White. She filed a $100 million lawsuit against the Kardashians in 2017, suing them for defaming her as violent and unstable, and allegedly persuading producers and executives to cancel her reality show, Rob & Chyna. The case was resolved in May 2022, when the jury voted in favour of the Kardashians.

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