Kim Kardashian is facing another legal dispute, this time, for allegedly ripping off another company over her endorsement of smartphone case LuMee.

On Monday, Kardashian's company, Kimsaprincess, Inc. was hit by a $100 million lawsuit from a man named Hooshmand Harooni.

Apparently, Harooni claims that he filed and successfully acquired a patent for an "integrated lighting accessory and case for a mobile phone case" way back 2013.

He added that his company, Snap Light, was the first to create the selfie case even before Kim started endorsing it.

Snap Light wants Kim's profits from LuMee

With Kardashian's popularity, Harooni claims that it was hard for them to compete, especially since the reality star is quite active in endorsing the product.

In the legal document acquired by TMZ, Snap Light asked the court to stop Kim from promoting LuMee smartphone cases.

The company also claims that the KKW Beauty owner has been getting cuts from LuMee earnings. Aside from the demands, Snap Light is also asking for $100 million in damages to make up for their lost profits.

Meanwhile, a representative of Kim has released a statement addressing the issue:

"The patent lawsuit filed by Snap Light has no merit and is just another attempted shakedown. Kim has done absolutely nothing wrong."

More lawsuits for Kim

Just recently, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star also faced another lawsuit over her KKW Beauty line.

The 36-year-old mother of two is being accused of ripping off Danish makeup artist Kirsten Kjaer Weiss, creator of organic cosmetic brand KW.

According to reports, Kirsten claims that Kim's KKW logo is confusing potential customers. Apparently, the makeup artist thinks Kardashian's logo is strikingly similar to hers.

Kirsten is reportedly asking the court to block Kim from using her KKW initials on her beauty line and demanding to get all of Kardashian's profits from it plus additional damages.