A man has filed a lawsuit against Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, claiming the high-profile couple participated in a secret Al-Qaeda training camp.
- Kanye West
Austin City Limits Music Festival, Zilker Park, Austin, TX
September 16, 2011
The plaintiff is one Jonathan Lee Riches, which the “Guinness Book Of World Records” lists as “the world’s most litigious man” and who has filed more than 5,000 lawsuits during the past five years.
To say this is a frivolous lawsuit would be an understatement. This is a different kind of crazy.
Via court docs filed in West Virginia under the alias “Gino Romano” and posted online by AllHipHop.com, Riches claims he discovered West, Kardashian and members of her family participating in an “Al-Qaeda secret training camp,” saying they pledged allegiance to terrorist organization, burned the U.S. flag and stomped on a picture of President Obama before West performed a concert for his terrorist buds.
From the lawsuit:
“They all drank Jim Jones juice and then the defendants got shovels and were digging coal and fracking at mines in West Virginia to get fuel to make weapons of mass destruction and Kris Jenner was enriching uranium, and the Kardashians made a vow that all their websites, Kardashian clothing line and E! Network reality shows and any proceeds will go directly to Al-Qaeda…”
But that’s just a hint of all the weirdness contained in the lawsuit’s filing. Riches claims West is also the leader of “Chicago’s Notorious El Rukn Street Gang” and that Kardashian “plans to make Al-Qaeda women veils for her clothing line.”
Who is Jonathan Lee Riches? An ex-convict, Riches has apparently spent much of his time filing frivolous lawsuits and reportedly even sued Guinness for listing him as “the world’s most litigious man.” In 2007 he filed suit against then New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner and then New York Knicks coach Isiah Thomas, claiming to have had sexual affairs with both men, according to The Smoking Gun.