Chinese Homeowner Sues Realtor for Khloe Kardashian Feng Shui Diss

Khloe was looking for a new place following her marriage split – only the owner now claims he never allowed them access.
A Chinese man has filed a lawsuit claiming the Kardashians brought disrespect on him and his family by entering his home without his permission, and telling their millions of viewers it had bad ‘feng shui’.

Owners Jianxiang Huang and wife Li Weihong, whose home was next door to Kourtney’s Calabasas mansion, have sued their property manager who was supposed to look after the house while they were staying in China.

But when Huang returned in August, LA Weekly reports he discovered people had been inside without his knowledge.

According to reports, bowls were stacked differently, salt and pepper had been used and oil was splattered on the kitchen backsplash.

A Chinese man has filed a lawsuit claiming the Kardashians brought disrespect on him and his family by entering his home without his permission, and telling their millions of viewers it had bad ‘feng shui’.

But when Huang returned in August, LA Weekly reports he discovered people had been inside without his knowledge.

 Khloe Kardashian's fengshui
« I don’t feel a good feng shui »

Bills were also reportedly higher than expected, with a gas bill of more than $300 for one month and a similar water bill for another month.

Huang later found out from a neighbour that Kardashian sisters Kourtney and Khloe had filmed an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians there in January, as they searched for a property for Khloe to rent following her split from Lamar Odom.

In the episode, Khloe only adds insult to injury as she comments on the bad feng shui inside.

In the clip from the episode, Kourtney asks her to move next door, saying: « How fun would that be? »

Khloe then responds: « I don’t get it, the feng shui here. »

 Khloe Kardashian's fengshui
The group go and see the house

Huang and Weihong’s attorney said in a statement to the site: « They were shocked that someone had been allowed to apparently set up camp in their new family home.

And added: « We have asked for a jury trial, to determine money damages owed to plaintiffs, and to expose this type of conduct and deter it from happening to others. »

He is suing his property manager now for a range of things, from breach of contract to aiding and abetting a trespass.

The Kardashians have not been sued.

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