The Doors might sue Kylie and Kendall Jenner over their dumb T-shirts

Peter Allen Clark

The Lizard King won't let the Jenners get away with this. 

In the past week, Kylie and Kendall Jenner (sisters in life, sisters in fashion) unveiled a new T-shirt collection to their Kendal + Kylie clothing line, in which the two not-too-smartly super-imposed their faces on vintage band shirts. Since then, Notorious B.I.G.'s mother called the two entrepreneurs out for exploiting her late son, and the sisters apologized for their $125 shirts on June 30. 

Now, The Doors have lawyered up against them.

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See, lawyers representing The Doors seem to have had a problem with this one shirt in particular where Jim Morrison's face has been covered up with a very stoic looking Kendall Jenner. 

According to TMZ, the lawyers sent a cease and desist letter to the pair last Thursday, stating that the sisters used the band's logo with out permission and that the shirts, "tarnishes the band's trademark." The letter threatened to sue if the unique piece of fashion wasn't taken down from their clothing site. 

So that's fun. 

All of the 'vintage' shirts have disappeared from the Kendall + Kylie website, so The Doors' lawyers might not have to break on through to the other side of judicial action. 

Of course, this most recent outrage comes after Kendall's terrifically tone-deaf Pepsi ad and her involvement with the not-so-successful Fyre Festival

Don't worry, dear Jenners, there's still six months left to turn 2017 around. 

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