Kardashian family members sued over unpaid $225,353 jet bill

The Kardashians didn’t keep up with their private jet bill, according to a new lawsuit.

Silver Air, LLC filed a suit against Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian and Scott Disick for failing to pay their tab, according to TMZ. Other passengers — including music producer Poo Bear — were also listed in the suit.

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The company claims that the famous crew chartered a flight and left a $225,353.80 tab unpaid.

A source close to the situation told Page Six on Tuesday that the family paid “large lump sums” to travel company JetLux to charter their planes as needed. The source believes that JetLux — which is also listed in the suit — did not pay their vendors, which resulted in the suit.

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New mom Khloé, 33, hasn’t used a jet in a while, as she’s planning to stay in Cleveland with Tristan Thompson in the wake of his cheating scandal.

This story originally appeared in the New York Post.

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