Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner Never OK'd Their Images for Domestic Abuse Campaign: Report

Kim Kardashian had no idea her image was used in an anti-domestic violence campaign and is reportedly fuming it was.

Kim Kardashian is reportedly seeing red over images of herself and sister Kendall Jenner looking bruised and battered.

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The photos were released on Tuesday as part of a campaign to "Stop Violence Against Women,” and were made by artist AleXsandro Palombo.

Other high-profile women like Angelina Jolie, Madonna, Miley Cyrus and Gwyneth Paltrow are also depicted with the headline: "No Woman Is Immune from Domestic Abuse."

Kim and Kendall reportedly had no idea they were part of the campaign and no one asked them for permission to use their likeness.

Kim's image was taken from a photo of her at a fashion show in Paris last year. The face is the same but the bruises have been photoshopped.

The anti-violence message may be worthy, but Kim’s lawyers are said to be drafting "a warning" to the artist responsible.

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Palombo has removed individual posts about the famous faces from his Facebook page and now only has a gallery of the series which also pairs the celebrities with iconic animated characters such as Wilma Flintstone, Cinderella, Snow White and Jasmine that are also beaten and bruised.


#BREAKTHESILENCE"No Women is Immune from Domestic Violence" #StopViolenceAgainstWomen #StopDomesticViolence #ArtForaGoodCause #Contemporary #Art

Posted by Alexsandro Palombo on Saturday, November 28, 2015

A spokeswoman for Palombo, Vanessa Esteban said in a statement: “This new series is an art contemporary series so no need to have the consent of the celebrities. The pieces are not for sale, they are part of Palombo's private collection. The artist shares on the social networks his new artwork series and go viral."

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