Kendall and Kylie Jenner are continuing to face backlash over those 'vintage tees' from their recent fashion line.
In case you missed it, the sister's dropped a line of US$125 tees that featured fluorescent prints of their faces and initials over images of iconic rock and rap musicians including The Doors, Tupac Shakur, Notorious BIG and Metallica.
The sister's reportedly didn't seek permission of the artists or their families, which caused outrage particularly in the case of the late Tupac and Notorious BIG. This lead to the duo being publicly slammed by the likes of Paris Jackson and Kelly Osbourne.
Last week, lawyers representing The Doors' estate confirmed that they will be pursuing a lawsuit against the Jenners.
Now, the photographer behind the iconic Tupac images used on the shirts has threatened to sue the sister's over their line.
TMZ reports that photographer Michael Miller "never wanted to work with the Jenners" and "never gave the sisters permission." As such, he is reportedly sueing for profits made from the tees.
Meanwhile, the Kardashian-Jenner family representative Todd Wilson has told TMZ that a lawsuit is basically pointless.
He said that it's "absurd" because the sisters didn't actually design the shirts. According to him, Kendall and Kylie both gave approval for the design but rely on their brand for the rest of production.
"It's like suing an actor for being in a movie," Wilson told TMZ.
The sister's have not publicly addressed the legal threats, though they did release identical statements when the initial drama began.