The Kardashians are reportedly heading to court.
Kourtney, Kim, Khloe and Rob Kardashian are suing their former stepmom Ellen Pearson over personal possessions belonging to their father, omg! Yahoo reports.
The family's power attorney Marty Singer released a statement regarding the situation, telling omg! Yahoo, "The Kardashians and Kris Jenner have filed a suit against Ellen Pearson for taking personal property belonging to them by virtue of Robert Kardashian’s will and by virtue of copyright protection. Today's filing should serve as notice that they will vigorously defend their rights when forced to do so."
Pearson has been in the news lately, recently claiming that Khloe is not Robert's biological daughter and that Kris Jenner is an abusive mother. Pearson shared excerpts from Robert's diaries with In Touch Weekly, telling the magazine, "I am simply stating the facts and the truth -- their father’s truth. I simply delivered hand-written diaries from their father. They are my property at the disposal of whatever I so choose. Robert would have no problem with that.”
According to the court documents filed April 4 in Los Angeles Superior Court, Pearson -- whom Robert married two months before he died of esophageal cancer in 2003 -- is accused of holding onto his property, including his diary and photographs. The lawsuit states that in his will, Robert left "his personal tangible and intangible property" to his four children, therefore, the Kardashians believe the possessions belong to them.