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Kourtney Kardashian's Ex-Boyfriend Luka Sabbat Allegedly Blows Off $180,000 Legal Battle

By Ryan Naumann

Kourtney Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend/model Luka Sabbat is accused of blowing off a lawsuit accusing him of screwing over a streetwear brand.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, clothing brand Konus is asking the court to grant them a default judgment against Luka in the amount of $180,090

Last year, Luka was hit with a lawsuit by the streetwear brand Konus, who used their corporate name Catwalk to Sidewalk Inc. The clothing line accused the influencer of refusing to follow the terms of their agreement.

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Konus claims they paid Luka $30,090 to work on a photo shoot for their fall/winter 2017 collection. Per their deal, Luka agreed to post two photos from the shoot on his social media. The company says Luka failed to post the two photos despite their demands. They decided to file suit demanding $40,000 in damages.

The lawsuit included Luka’s father, Clark Sabbat, as a defendant. Konus said Luka promised several times to post the photos but never followed through.

In newly filed court documents, Konus says Luka was served with the legal papers but has failed to show up to court or respond to the case.


The company wants the court to grant them the default judgment against Luka and his father. They amended the number of damages they want from $30,000 to $180,000. They believe they lost out on $150,000 worth of press when Luka didn’t post. The suit says, “Plaintiff expected that based on the number of Luka’s followers on Instagram that Plaintiff would receive a conservative return on investment of five (5) times the investment, or at least $150,000.”

The motion reads, “Plaintiff requests Court’s judgment against Defendants, joint and several, for damages of $181,107.21 which includes $30,090.00 for the contract price, $1,107.21 for costs, and $150,000 for additional consequential damages.”

A judge has yet to rule on Konus’ motion for a default judgment.

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