Some people post on Instagram with the incentive to give their followers' updates on their lives, but for Kim Kardashian, money just may be her motive.
RadarOnline.com learned that the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star makes $1 million per post on the social media app.
Kim, 38, is in the middle of a lawsuit against fashion brand Missguided USA clothing company which she claimed used her name and image to assist in the advertisement of their "knockoff" designs.
With no response from the company, she's seeking a default judgment of $5 million and in court documents, has made sure the judges understood why she was worth the cost.
According to the records, Kim not only mentioned her income from Instagram, but said she turns down offers of this value so she won't be associated with the brand. She also alleged Missguided's association with her is tarnishing her reputation.
Kim's Instagram money is one of many sources of income for the mother of three, but knowledge of her earnings there help make sense of her expenses.
As Radar recently reported, Kim spends $8,000 a year to shrink her inner thigh and obtain a thigh gap.
She gifted her daughter a $750 Alexander Wang purse for her 5th birthday and donated $25,000 to a GoFundMe to assist in the medical bills for Marcus Hyde, a photographer with whom she worked with in the past. She also partnered up with her husband Kanye West, to purchase a $14 million in Miami.
Radar exclusively learned she spends a maximum of $100K for a nanny to watch over her children.
Not to mention, she's expecting another addition to the family and hopes to eventually have six children altogether.
Her TV and social media success means she can afford it!