The anti-Kim Kardashian movement is gaining momentum.
Over 500,000 people have signed a petition on BoycottKim.com, a website that pushes companies to stop doing business with the world's least talented, most wooden reality star.
As a result, the California resident who owns the site (and who wishes to remain anonymous), tells The New York Daily News that Christopher T. Wilson, a Kardashian family lawyer, has actually contacted him with threats to take it down.
“They try to scare you,” the founder tells the newspaper, saying that the Kardashians claim to be preparing a criminal harassment complaint against him. “They do not want bad publicity.”
Perhaps they should have thought of that before Kim krapped all over the koncept of marriage.The website's founder says Wilson is especially upset over a section of the site that refers to the family's purported sweatshop scandal, but the owner finds the threats of legal action against him to be "laughable." He has hired his own attorney.
BoycottKim.com went live on November 2.
It refers to the Kardashians as a "stain on our culture" and "an embarrassment for our country." The petition's goal is to attract as many signatures as possible in order to influence sponsors to cut ties with him.