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Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Kourtney and Khloé Hit With Anti-Kardashian Campaign #NODASH in Hamptons

Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian stroll around the Hamptons as more protest stickers pop up (Getty Images/Instagram)
Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian stroll around the Hamptons as more protest stickers pop up 
Hamptonites still aren't ready to accept the Kardashians as locals.
As filming for their latest spinoff Kourtney & Khloé Take the Hamptonscontinues in New York, someone has created protest stickers targeting the famous sisters.
The smiling images of Kourtney and Khloé with the hashtag "#NODASH" over their faces have been popping up all over town, to the delight of many.
Kourtney, 35, and Khloé, 30, have been renting out a 9,000-square-foot, five-bedroom home since May, despite residents protesting their arrival ahead of time. Reportedly brokers would not work with the family for fear of upsetting locals, while many owners flat out refused to rent them their homes.
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Undeterred, the sisters eventually found their $14 million mansion — which they (or, more accurately, their E! production) paid around $300,000 for — just in time to open their Dash Hamptons pop-up store in Southampton on June 2. Sill, many were not ready to open their doors or beaches to the sisters without a fight. In fact, they needed to find an abode with a private beach in order to film scenes for the show.
A few weeks later, East Hampton Town trustee Diane McNally was informed that the family was spotted filming on Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett.
The matter was brought up at a town board meeting by resident Joan Tulp who complained she was having “a beautiful and quiet day" until she and her family "were surrounded and our peace shattered by filmmakers and paparazzi accompanying the Kardashians.”
“Who gave the Kardashians permission to film? The trustees should have been notified if they had applied for a permit to film on the beach, and we were not notified," McNally told the New York Post's Page Six. "Filming on our beaches is disruptive. Our residents are entitled to peace and quiet. I suggest that if anyone sees the Kardashians filming on the beach, they should call the police, because they are not legally there.”
While the majority of residents are clearly upset about the Kardashians visit, others are happy that local business has increased during their drama-filled stay.
As for the #NODASH stickers that keep popping up, authorities told that if they anyone is caught defacing public property they'll be cited.
If Page Six is to believed, locals can soon breathe a sigh of relief as Khloé and Kourtney's lease will end on Aug. 18.

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