A professional painter says that an image of lips promoting Kylie Jenner's new reality show is too similar to one of her paintings.

A professional painter says that an image of lips promoting Kylie Jenner's new reality show is too similar to one of her paintings.

Artist claims Kylie Jenner stole her lip-biting image

Kylie Jenner is being sued again.

The 19-year-old is being accused of copying a contemporary artist’s depiction of lips, the U.K. Daily Mail reports.

In legal documents obtained by TMZ, Sara Pope claims Jenner copied her “Temptation Neon” logo in promotional materials for her reality show.

The artist said she created the art piece in 2015.

A very similar painting of glossy lips (with a few teeth showing) lined by neon lights came up on social media and in a trailer for the first “Life Of Kylie” trailer.

A few weeks ago, Kylie and her sister Kendall Jenner were maligned for selling vintage music T-shirts with their faces printed on top for $125 each.

In one lawsuit filed against the sister duo, photographer Michael Miller said they “misappropriated and wrongfully exploited” his work as their images were printed over his images of late, legendary rapper Tupac.

RIP LADY BLUE EYES

Barbara Sinatra, the fourth wife of Frank Sinatra who was married to the singer for nearly 22 years, has died of natural causes at 90.

John Thoresen, director of the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center, said she died Tuesday, “comfortably surrounded” by family and friends at her home in Rancho Mirage.

Known as “Lady Blue Eyes,” she married Frank in 1976, and remained together until he died in 1998.

A former showgirl and model, Barbara was famed for her philanthropy; she and Frank founded the Rancho Mirage center which provides assistance to abused, at-risk children in 1986.

According to her 2011 memoir, she met Frank when she was asked to be a doubles partner with his then-wife, actress Ava Gardner. She was a neighbor of the couple in Rancho Mirage, where she lived with then-husband Zeppo Marx.

After divorcing Marx in 1973, she married Frank three years later. She wrote, “I was bored and lonely by the time Mr. Sinatra aimed those eyes in my direction. The spark he ignited inside jerked me from my slumbers.”

James Woods, Larry King and Quincy Jones were among those remembering Sinatra on social media.

QUICK TAKES

It’s a summer splurge indeed: Michelin has announced a super exclusive All-Star Dinner on Aug. 8 at Sons & Daughters in The City with a menu by Teague Moriarty of Sons & Daughters, Val Cantu of Californios, Melissa Perello of Octavia and Brett Cooper of Aster for a mere $375 per person.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

49er Brandon Fusco is 29. … Actress and singer Taylor Momsen is 24. … Actress Kate Beckinsale is 44. … TV Host Chris Harrison is 46. … Actor Jason Statham is 50. … … Actress Sandra Bullock is 53 … Actor Kevin Spacey is 58. … Drummer Roger Taylor of Queen is 68. … Actress Helen Mirren is 72. … Singer Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones is 74. … Singer Darlene Love is 76.

— Staff, wire reports

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