"When someone buys 1 of everything on your site, has you make them custom @dbleudazzled work, never posts it or wears it, then copies it," she wrote on Twitter, before sharing side-by-side images of her original pieces and the new Good American line.
The girl literally has receipts AKA proof she sent the team these outfits. Desinty wasn't done there, however, she continued on to re-tweet two of Khloé's recent statements about having a friend steal from her.
"I'm thinking legal action..." she captioned a re-tweet of the star's social media post.
Along with mass support for Destiny came a select few trolls, who claimed she was clearly trying to profit from the Kardashian name.
The designer didn't let that slide, either, writing back: "LOL at people commenting Im trying to use the Kardashians for a come up. Check my resume before you step to me."
Her impressively long resume includes designing costumes for Beyonce's 'Formation' world tour, working with artists including Iggy Azalea and Fifth Harmony, and dressing stars such as Lady Gaga, Noah Cyrus and, interestingly, Kylie Jenner.
According to reports, Good American issued a strong denial on behalf of Khloe. The brand went in to damage-control mode on Instagram, sharing three separate images of sheer bedazzled tops they claimed to be 'inspo' for the new line.
"Here’s our forever inspo—Cher photographed by Henry Langdon, 1978. Important to know your fashion history #nofrauds" they captioned this photo, with a clear message.
Khloé is yet to make a personal comment on the incident, but we'll keep you up to date on the latest. Let us know what you think of the comparisons in the comments!