Kris Jenner April 2014. Photo by Jim Jordan [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Kris Jenner April 2014. Photo by Jim Jordan [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
A man who sued Kris Jenner, alleging she ran afoul of the lease terms for a Hollywood Hills home that was trashed during a birthday party for one of her daughters, settled his case against the reality star and two real estate companies.

Gabriel Fedida maintained in his lawsuit filed last April 24 that he thought the home was to be used for a small adult gathering, but that it instead was used for Jenner’s daughter Kendall’s “wild” 19th birthday celebration in November 2014.

He sued Ewing Realty Group Inc. and Sotheby’s International Realty in addition to Jenner.

Fedida’s attorney filed papers with Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Marc Marmaro stating that the case against all defendants was resolved. No terms were divulged.

Fedida’s suit, which alleged breach of contract, fraud and negligence, sought $101,450 for damage to the property and another $50,000 for loss of its use.

He claimed those in attendance at the event caused severe damage to his property. The “wild birthday party” had more than 100 guests, most of them around Kendall Jenner’s age, and featured “loud amplified music and a male stripper,” according to his court papers.

Fedida, who charged a $10,000 rental fee and an equal amount for a security deposit, believed the event would be a small dinner party with no more than 15 people in attendance, according to his suit.

—City News Service

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