Kardashian claims the doll, described on the box as a "busty bubble-butt bimbo who's had more dark meat inside her than a bucket of fried chicken,” is modeled after her, and violates her right of publicity.
Holley has written a letter to Pipedream Products, Inc. -- the company behind the sex doll -- demanding they stop production.
Part of the letter reads:
“We hereby demand that you immediately cease and desist all use of Ms. Kardashian’s
likeness on all products and advertisements therefor. We demand written assurances no later
than the close of business on September 20, 2010 that you will comply with the demands set
forth herein. If your assurances are not received in a timely manner, Ms. Kardashian will not
hesitate to exercise all of her legal and equitable rights against you.”
But Pipedream tells TMZ, "The similarity between the Kinky Kim doll and Ms. Kardashian is purely coincidental."