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This Supreme Court justice throws major shade at Kim Kardashian

Even Supreme Court justices are keeping up with the Kardashians! Justice Stephen Breyer name dropped Kim Kardashian during legal proceedings involving a bank fraud case. Lawrence Shaw has been convicted of bank fraud for allegedly transferring $300,000 from his victim's account. The defense arguing Shaw's case should be tossed since he didn't intend Bank of America to lose money.
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