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Two out-of-state residents have filed two separate federal lawsuits in West Virginia within four days of each other seeking restraining orders against reality TV star Kim Kardashian.

Philadelphia resident Jonathan Kimberly filed the most recent lawsuit June 25 against Kardashian, Kris Nathan Humphries and Myla Sinanaj.

Kimberly alleged he was harassed by defendants while staying at a Clarksburg hotel.

Brooklyn resident Gino Romano filed the second lawsuit in US District Court in Wheeling against Kardashian, Kanye West, Kris Jenner, Bruce Jenner, Khloe Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian alleging the defendants are "terrorists." Romano, or Jonathan Lee Riches, has filed numerous lawsuits against various celebrities. 

Kimberly's suit alleged Kardashian, Humphries and Sinanaj were making a lot of noise in the next room. The suit alleged when Kimberly looked through the peep hole, he saw them making a sex tape.

 "It was weird because on the floor was barnyard animals staring at them, sheep, two goats, unicorn, and I thought they were there as witnesses," the suit alleged.

Kimberly's suit additionally asserts Sinanaj "was bobbing her head up and down with a voodoo doll in her hand," when Kimberly yelled through the peephole that he was trying to sleep.  

"And Kris said, 'mind your business pip squeek' and I told Kris, ‘I got a sling shot' and ‘my middle name is David' ‘you are no Goliath,' the suit continued.

Kimberly said in his suit he would report Humphries to "JayZ, the Russian, and TMZ.com."

"And Kris went irate on steroid rage, ripped the door open dragged me into the room, put a shot gun to my head that he got from Nets player Jayson Williams and forced me to watch the three defendants have sex with another for 5 hr's against my will," the suit said.

The suit continued saying Sinanaj hit Kimberly with an RC Cola Can and Kardashian forced him to watch "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" reruns for six consecutive hours.

"I defacated on my self, barnyard animals snipped at my feet, Chris is laughing at me like the Jolly Green Giant, then a knock on the door, Kim Kardashian opened and it was Charlie Sheen, who had a bag full of ecstasy and set ‘lets get this party started,'" the suit asserts.  

Kimberly alleged every two minutes, Kardashian would beat him in the head with her engagement ring, which he said caused bruises and a broken wrist.  

"Kris put me in a pretzel, saying he is a chiropractor, and him passed gas in the room, and I passed out from it, and woke up at a truck stop, wallet gone, Kardashian lip stick all over my clothes," the suit stated.

"I'm violated, humiliated, and my voice is circulating on this Kim Kardashian Kris Humphries sex tape which puts me through public humiliation, I face imminent danger and bodily harm, I seek a restraining order from the defendants I pray this court for relief."

Romano's suit meanwhile alleged he "stumbled upon defendants" at a secret Al-Qaeda training camp while "deep in the hills" of West Virginia.

Romano alleged defendants pledged allegiance to Al-Qaeda, burned the U.S. flag, stomped on President Barack Obama's picture and then Kanye West performed a concert for all Al Qaeda members.

He also asserted Kim Kardashian launched a rocket at him and Bruce Jenner threw a grenade at his head.

"They all drank Jim Jones juice and then the defendants got shovels and were digging coal and fracking at mines in West Virginia to get fuel to make weapons of mass destruction and Kris Jenner was enriching uranium," the suit said.

Richie Heath, West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse's Executive Director said although people may chuckle about these lawsuits, there is a cost associated with it.  

"As crazy as these lawsuits sound, it's going to be an unfortunate reality that Kim Kardashian is going to have to have attorneys come to federal court in West Virginia and at least make the arguments that these cases need to be dismissed," he said. "At basic level, have to respond to complaint. … It's an instance where we see once again the cost associated with lawsuit abuse. … It certainly gives you food for thought at looking how we handle claims filed that seem to be filed repeatedly by possible plaintiffs that lack merit and whether we should have some sort of law in place to discourage those filings."

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