WHEELING, W.Va. - Using his Gino Romano alter ego, a man named Jonathan Lee Riches whom the Guinness Book of World Records named the "Most Litigious Man in the World," claims in court that the Kardashian family and Kanye West conspired with al-Qaida to decapitate him. Federal judges dismissed two other complaints Riches filed against the Kardashians earlier this month.
In Riches' latest suit, he claims he "stumbled upon" an Al-Qaeda training camp in the West Virginia hills.
At the "camp," Riches, suing as Gino Romano, says he saw the Kardashian family, Kanye West, members of Al-Qaeda, and family members of alleged terrorists.
"[They] all plead allegiance to Al-Qaeda, they burned the U.S. flag, stomped their feet on Barack's picture. Then Kanye West performed a concert for all the Al-Qaeda members, they all drank Jim Jones juice and then the defendants got shovels and were digging coal and fracking at mines...to get fuel to make weapons of mass destruction," the complaint states.
Riches names the Kardashian sisters, Kris and Bruce Jenner, and Kanye West as defendants.
Riches, of Brooklyn, has filed more than 5,000 lawsuits, briefs and motions over the past eight years, asserting a myriad of outlandish claims that courts consistently dismiss as frivolous.
Among the most famous targets of his lawsuits are George W. Bush, Martha Stewart, Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick and Britney Spears.
Riches was recently released from federal prison after serving time for fraud.
In 2010, the Guinness Book of World Records named him the "Most Litigious Man in the World."
He then sued the Guinness Book of World Records, objecting the names Guinness allegedly planned to call him, including the "duke of lawsuits," and the "Patrick Ewing of suing."