Last night was definitely NOT Kim Kardashian’s night! While attending the launch of her latest fragrance, “True Reflection,” in West Hollywood, the E! reality starlet was flour-bombed on the red carpet by an unidentified woman.
According to TMZ, after the attack, the suspect tried to flee the scene but was ultimately held by the police. Though Kim decided not press charges against the woman, a non-criminal battery report was filed before her release.
I know not everyone is a fan of the Kardashians, but assaulting someone, let alone with cooking powder, is just plain wrong! Though I would’ve been left speechless if this had happened to me, Kim not only dished to the press soon after, but tried to laugh it off.
“That probably is the craziest, unexpected, weird thing that ever happened to me,” said Kim to E! News. “Like I said to my makeup artist, I wanted more powder and that’s a whole lot of translucent powder right there.”
What do YOU think about Kim’s flour-fiasco?
Photos by Juan Rico/FameFlynet
I don’t agree with such behaviour, however i think Kardashian overload. I think they are just everywhere and really famous for no real reason, however they have businesses their shops, shoelines and whatever else so they have done something as a result of really Kim’s sex tape.
Looks a bit staged and I’m glad it happen. I hope they go away. I’m so sick of them….
So completely unnecessary. and she wasn’t even wearing fur at the time of the attack. Kim should have pressed charges, as this was assault. Teach these crazies a lesson. I don’t agree with smoking(asthma and it’s just nasty), but don’t go throwing things at people who smoke around me, I walk away to where I cannot breathe it in and smell it.
I m sure it was staged, anything for attention and publicity…..if it was real you know this girl would press charges and make a huge fiasco over that!
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