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Sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner. AFP/GETTY IMAGES FILE PHOTO

Kendall and Kylie Jenner sued over Tupac Shakur T-shirts

Sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner. AFP/GETTY IMAGES FILE PHOTO

LOS ANGELES— A commercial photographer has sued Kendall and Kylie Jenner over the use of two of his images of late rapper Tupac Shakur that were used on T-shirts the sisters briefly sold for $125 apiece.

 

Michael Miller sued the Jenner sisters in a Los Angeles federal court on Friday for copyright infringement over the “vintage” T-shirts that featured their likeness or designs superimposed over photos of famous musicians. Miller’s suit states the Jenners never sought permission to use his photos.

 

The sisters’ brand Kendall + Kylie stopped selling the shirts last month after Ozzy Osbourne’s wife and the mother of the late rapper Notorious B.I.G, criticized them.

 

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Emails sent to the Jenners’ publicists were not immediately returned Friday.

 

Miller is seeking at least $150,000 apiece for the use of his photos.