There were reportedly dozens of 911 calls about the surprise fireworks show, which Khloe claims she had obtained permits to do. "I got all the permits," she told Entertainment Tonight. "Someone couldn't release those fireworks if you didn't get [one]. The company's licenses would've been revoked, so of course I got everything I had to do to do so. No one would just take that risk."
Still, there has been a lot of finger-pointing to try to determine who was ultimately responsible for this ostentatious display that not only scared residents, but woke tons of people up in the middle of the night. And for what? Surely there had to be another way to commemorate the occasion? The rest of us somehow manage.
According to TMZ, 12 homeowners in the area (including some celebrities) are suing Khloe and Kris Jenner for $7,500 which is the largest amount allowed in California small claims court. For the residents, this is more about the principle and less about the money. The reason they chose small claims court is because lawyers are not allowed and Khloe and Kris will HAVE to appear.
This will give them a chance to voice their frustrations directly to Kris and Khloe and to tell them how rude they thought the whole thing was. Plus, they all say they suffered emotional distress because of it.
No word yet on when the ladies are expected to appear in court.
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