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Kim Kardashian owes money to her dentist: Will she pay up?

Kim Kardashian
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Kim Kardashian may be one of the most popular reality stars in the entertainment world these days, but she isn’t always getting support from people in the press. Apparently, Kardashian didn’t really have plenty of money before she sold the rights to her sex tape and her former dentist claims that she had work done that she didn’t pay for. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on July 9, Kim Kardashian is now being accused of owing her former dentist a bit of money from a dental visit, which took place in 2001.

Kim’s former dentist, Dr. Craig Gordon, claims that he did work on Kim back in 2001, but didn’t receive payment for it. Apparently, he didn’t seem to mind, but when she stopped showing up to her appointments, he decided to drag her to court. He has apparently been handed down a default judgment for $1,605.73. No word on how much the bill actually was. But Kim didn’t even dish up the $1,605.73 either. And surely, she can afford it.

Kim used Dr. Craig Gordon to get some silver fillings replaced with less noticeable porcelain ones. She was handed a bill, but she didn’t cough up the money. The dentist has kept track of the bill and interest payments have caused the bill to reach nearly $3,500. One can imagine that the dentist wants the full amount, but the courts seem to disagree. Kim hasn’t said anything about the bill, but one can imagine that she could easily pay up the dues.

He hopes that someone will track down Kim for him, as he doesn’t have time to do it with a busy schedule, packed with patients. He’s hoping someone else will do it for him when he sells the judgment. He believes the judgment could be worth upwards of $13K, thanks to its “collectible value.”

What do you think of this case? Do you think that Kim owes a dentist for work over 13 years ago, or do you think this dentist just wants a piece of her rich pie?

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