Kim Kardashian Flour-Bombed on Red Carpet.(Video)

Kim Kardashian Flour-Bombed on Red Carpet.(Video)

Las Vegas : NV : USA | Mar 23, 2012 at 1:23 PM PDT
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Kim Kardashian Flour-Bombed on Red Carpet

An advocate for animal rights, presumably from the organization PETA, attacked her while Kim was attending the media at the launch of her perfume.

All indications are that this was revenge of the protective association of animal rights (PETA, for its acronym in English). Kim Kardashian was in the spotlight last November when this entity noted Kim’s taste to wear animal skins "murdered" to be converted into warmer clothes.

PETA used a picture of Kardashian for their campaign against the use of animal skins did not get her to stop wearing these garments. It seemed that the war had cooled, but PETA has not given up and returned to lash out at Kim.

The aim of this partnership is intimidating to stop promoting the use of animal skins. In the spot that used in this striking campaign, asking, "Kim, these pups miss their mother. Are you on your back?”

What then ended up on her back this time was a load of flour that caused her to flee quickly from the launch of her new perfume. Despite this fact, the reaction was swift from Kardashian.

She then appeared minutes later completely clean and wearing the same outfit. Diva continued with the media, pretending that nothing had happened.

Meanwhile, the woman who poured the "Flour bomb" on Kim's head was stopped and arrested by police. Kardashian has taken this event with humor, decided not to denounce her aggressor and referred to the fact in these terms: "This is probably the craziest, unexpected and strange thing happened to me."

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Vicky247 is based in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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