The Kardashians' affair with sports travels to China

Updated: 2014-12-08 09:46


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The Kardashian clan seems to be everywhere. The Hollywood family has even expanded their stardom to China - through a lawsuit - and they have continued their historic drama with people in the sports scene.

The K sisters chose to irritate one particular person among the 1.3 billion Chinese population: Huang Jianxiang, a sports commentator who file a lawsuit alleging the Kardashians ruined his house in California.

Huang and his wife Li Weihong bought a house with hillside views in Calabasas in 2012, according to reports by TMZ and LA Weekly. The home was next door to Kourtney Kardashian, a neighbor they probably now regret.

The Kardashians' affair with sports travels to China

The couple asked their realtor to take care of the home when they were living in China. But when Huang returned to check on his property he saw the house was left in a mess with obvious signs that someone had lived in it.

The Chinese home owner was puzzled to see oil stains in the kitchen, a pair of Pittsburgh Steelers slippers in a closet, and staggering water and gas bills. Another neighbor told him his house was, in fact, featured in an episode of the reality show "Keeping Up With The Kardashians".

It turned out that Khloe Kardashian and her sister Kourtney were reportedly using the house during the filming of an episode because Khloe was seeking a place to stay away during a separation with Lamar Odom. Huang's residence, next to Kourtney's, was apparently a convenient option.

Even more infuriating to Huang was that Khloe criticized his house's Feng Shui in the episode which, considering the popularity of the show, would have reached millions of viewers.

The couple is suing their realtor on a variety of allegations, including "abetting trespassing", but not the Kardashian family.

Huang earned his fame as a sports pundit when his overzealous comments during the 2006 Germany World Cup Final between France and Italy brought him national scrutiny.