(CELEBRITY/ANIMAL NEWS) Kim Kardashian was flour bombed over the weekend at an event promoting her new perfume line. The woman behind the flour is an animal activist who believes Kim is a “fur hag.” Although Kardashian stated that she would not press charges against the woman, she apparently changed her mind because she doesn’t support “violence” and “bullying.” Unfortunately it’s hard to feel bad for the violence Kim experienced this weekend, when the animals whose fur she so often chooses to wear encounter extreme violence as they’re robbed of what naturally belongs to them. Animals on some fur farms are literally skinned alive. They are also often killed by brutal methods such as electrocution, poison, gas, and suffocation. When you condone such violence by wearing animal fur, it is not surprising that it leads to drastic actions by those who cherish animals and refuse to allow animal suffering to go unnoticed. — Global Animal
Kim hurries away from photographers after she's covered in flour. Photo credit: Z6 Mag

TMZ 

Kim Kardashian was assaulted Thursday night by a woman who threw white powder all over her, and it was concerning enough to call out the fire department.

Kim was at the London Hotel in West Hollywood for an event touting her new fragrance line, True Reflection.  She was walking the red carpet when a woman threw the white powder at her from behind, covering her back and her hair.  During the incident, the attacker shouted, “Fur hag.” 

Kim went to a private room, took the jacket off, brushed the powder off her hair and returned to the event.  But the fire department had to examine the powder and deal with any possible danger.

They determined it was cooking flour.

The woman who threw the powder was detained by cops, but according to the Sheriff’s Department Kim decided NOT to press charges and the woman was released.

More TMZ: http://www.tmz.com/2012/03/22/kim-kardashian-assaulted-white-powder/#.T3ECAxwRa9o

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16 COMMENTS

  1. Is violent behaviour really the best way to approach this? I think the animal “rights activist” is just as bad as the fur hag. You have achieved nothing by doing this, and certainly haven’t helped any animals!