Kim Kardashian and Tom Brady get 'super flirty' while spending £1.6m each at auction

Tom Brady and Kim Kardashian were spotted getting ‘super flirty’ while splashing outrageous amounts of money.

The both contributed £1.6million each at a lavish charity auction Saturday night for the Reform Alliance.

The gala, organized by Jay-Z, Meek Mill, and Michael Rubin, was held at the Ocean Casino Resort and sought to generate funds for the organization’s initiatives focused on probation and parole reforms.

With over 200 VIP attendees, including Kevin Hart, Travis Scott, and others, the event showcased an all-star blackjack party inspired by Jay Z and Beyoncé’s annual Gold Party in LA, and Michael Rubin’s Fourth of July white party.

The attendees were part of a mission established by Reform Alliance in 2019, co-founded by personalities such as Robert Kraft, to drive change in probation and parole laws, addressing systemic issues in the justice system.

A piece by renowned artist George Condo was spotlighted during the auction. 

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The bidding started off at 500k according to TMZ and evently the duo placed a £1.6million ($2million) bid on it, leading to Condo agreeing to commission a second piece for Kardashian – earning the action £3.2million between the two.

Acording to a TMZ insider Brady and Kardashian were seen eyeing eachother down and giggiling at each other, describing the moment as “super fun and flirty.”

Condo has previously developed album art for Kardashian’s ex-spouse, Kanye West.

Kardashian and Brady fans alike are now questioning weather the relationship will continue to flourish, or die before it started.

The auction also featured the jersey worn by Brady for his 700th NFL touchdown in 2021, which, as he remarked, hadn’t been washed.

The event succeeded in exceeding its fundraising goal of £16million, with a total of over £20million.

The blackjack tournament required a £82,000 buy-in, and non-playing guests were charged £41,000.

A notable contribution came from the casino in the form of a £1 million jackpot. Andrew Goldberg of TAO Group, the jackpot winner, donated three quarters of his winnings back to the Reform Alliance.