A 44-year-old registered sex offender -- who is currently serving time for sexual assault in the Benner Township state prison in Pennsylvania -- has filed a lawsuit in Florida Middle District Court asking a judge to bar Kim Kardashian and Kanye West from entering the state of Florida because they are poseurs.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West must be stopped at the Florida border, because they're nothing but wannabe Jay Z's and Beyonce's ... according to a prisoner who has taken his cause to court. Wayne Albright -- who's been locked up since 2000 for attempted sexual assault -- claims Florida needs protection from the couple he calls "Meat Whistles" and "Moose Knuckles." Albright shows abject contempt for the famous duo, declaring the only tolerable Kardashian is Rob, who's "eating himself out of house and home, no doubt from the shame he feels as a result of what Kim has done to the Kardashian name." The prisoner is specifically targeting Kim and Kanye from stepping foot in Florida, and he wants to "ban these two Moose Knuckles from appearing on any television programs aired in the state of Florida, unless it's Court TV and they're on trial for posing as a famous couple." Albright seeks a temporary restraining order, telling the judge, "You have your work cut out for you ... so what do you say? Make us all proud."The judge who has the honor to hear this case is Charlene Edwards Honeywell. Last March, Wayne also filed an emergency motion for a preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order against The Bachelor and demanded that a federal judge ban it from the airwaves. “The thought of children viewing this material without having a clear understanding of what it is their watching disturbs the hell out of me, pardon my French,” his lawsuit said. “What kind of examples are we as a society setting for the next generation of Americans who will undoubtedly have some control over the directions this country travels.” That case is still pending. Also in March, Wayne sued The Weather Channel meteorologists Sam Champion and Jim Cantore and NBC's meteorologist Al Roker.
Meanwhile, Hollywood...An artist, who calls himself Plastic Jesus, has erected street signs declaring "No Kardashian Parking Anytime" around the city, including in front of a store owned by the reality stars.