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Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian film demands angers store owners

LOS ANGELES, CA - MARCH 02: TV personalities Kourtney Kardashian (L) and Khloe Kardashian attend the 22nd Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation's Oscar Viewing Party on March 2, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.
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Many Hampton residents are furious that the Kardashians have decided to live in their town during the summer filming, “Kourtney and Khloe Take the Hamptons.” Shop owners complain about the filming demands they have to make just to accommodate them should they want to come to their store.

A source told Radar Online, “Before they go to a store they have someone from their production team call the store and say that they will give them 24 hour notice when they are coming to shop at their establishments so that they can close their shop for them. They also neglected to mention they are traveling with television cameras, crews, and photographers.”

One resident seems happy that the Kardashians are in town. Roy Stevenson, owner of Stevenson’s Toys, enjoyed having the Kardashian sisters and their camera crew came into his toy store. He reports that they bought quite a few items in his shop. He also said that they didn’t give him a 24 hour advance notice to come into his shop, but allegedly, they did ask permission to film in the store, which he allowed. He contends that the Kardashians and the camera crew didn’t disrupt his store at all.

Do you think that Roy would have told a different story if the Kardashians didn't spend any money in his store? Tell your thoughts below.

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