The drama surrounding Kendall and Kylie Jenner鈥檚 vintage band tees just won鈥檛 quit! After the sisterly duo dropped a line of tops featuring their faces superimposed over band logos and images, the internet was in an uproar, taking them to task for disrespecting the artists whose images were featured and appropriating black culture. Now, the snafu has taken a legal turn as one photographer is reportedly bringing a lawsuit against the girls.

With figures such as Voletta Wallace (Notorious BIG鈥檚 mother), and Sharon Osbourne weighing in on the debacle, K&K have already taken to social media to issue a joint apology for the poorly thought-out designs. They also removed what was left of the largely sold-out merch from their website.

Still, it wasn鈥檛 enough for photographer Michael Miller, who is now suing Kendall and Kylie for any profits incurred from the sale of the shirts.

TMZ is reporting that Miller, who has taken shots of such iconic stars as Angelina Jolie and Jack Nicholson, did not give them permission to use his photos as featured in the designs, and has no desire to be attached to their empire, particularly after 鈥渞ecent PR scandals鈥 involving Kendall Jenner.

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The sisters鈥 family rep, Todd Wilson, spoke to the outlet to say that lawsuit was 鈥渁bsurd.鈥 He says that neither Kendall nor Kylie had anything to do with the design of the tees, and while they gave their approval, it was the brand鈥檚 responsibility to oversee the rest. According to Wilson, 鈥淚t鈥檚 like suing an actor for being in a movie.鈥

Kylie, for one, didn鈥檛 appear too particularly worried while posing in a Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre tee similar to the tees in question to debut her brand new cherry red hair.

We鈥檒l be interested to see if the judge agrees!

Do you think the photographer has a case? Tell us over @BritandCo.

(h/t Teen Vogue; photos via Frederick M. Brown + Jamie McCarthy/Getty)