Celebrities: They’re just like you and me. They have off days. They say dumb things on social media. They can get into legal trouble. They get confused about what’s an issue and what isn’t.

But there’s perhaps one small thing that separates me from Kim Kardashian. When I tweet, about 300 people see it. When she tweets, a follower count greater than the population of Spain sees it. And that can lead to some interesting legal problems, as well as ethical quandaries for her attorneys looking to manage it all.

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