Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian are known for getting multiple manicures a week to switch up their signature long nails. Now, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the family’s go-to Hollywood salon was once sued for allegedly injuring a client!
According to court records obtained by RadarOnline.com, Modern Pamper Salon in North Hollywood, Calif. was sued back in March 2017 for negligence, willful failure to warn and dangerous condition of public property. It’s the same location the Kardashian-Jenners advertise on Instagram almost daily while showing off their new sets of fresh paint jobs.
But unfortunately for Kerry Mendenhall, a visit to the luxe salon on June 12, 2016 was apparently not as picture-perfect as the Keeping Up With The Kardashians stars’ experiences.
According to court papers, Mendenhall claimed she was injured at the location “when a waxing table that she was receiving waxing services on collapsed.”
As a result of the alleged mishap, Mendenhell claimed she suffered wage loss, hospital and medical expenses, general damage and loss of earning capacity.
The business was informed in March 2017 that the civil suit had been filed. In the documents, Mendenhall specified her request for damages exceeded $25,000.
However, on May 4, 2017, the salon responded to Mendenhall’s civil suit and denied “each and every allegation contained in the original complaint.”
The Hollywood salon also denied “that plaintiff has been damaged in the sum or sums alleged, or in any other sum or sums, or at all.”
The facility also begged the court for relief, requesting that it “take nothing” from the client’s complaint.
Months later, in November 2017, the plaintiff filed for a dismissal of the case. According to online records viewed by RadarOnline.com, the dismissal was ultimately approved in 2018. It is unclear if the salon negotiated a settlement with the alleged customer outside of court.
The Kardashian-Jenners have never commented on the dangerous claims made against their go-to salon.
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