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Kim Kardashian Pressing Charges Against Flour Bomber Bully



Filed under : Celebrity News

Kim Kardashian has decided she will press charges against the woman who flour bombed her at an event Thursday night.  

Sources close to Kim said she does not feel the woman who threw the flour at her should get away with it without punishment and that she should be held accountable for her actions. According to these sources, Kim only didn’t press charges that night because she didn’t want to leave the charity event. 

Kim will apparently contact law enforcement in the next few days to tell them she wants to press charges. She is said to be keen to communicate the message that people are entitled to their opinion, but should not resort to violence.  

The decision to press charges represents a change of heart for Kim, who initially said she wanted to let the matter drop. 

She said the woman, an animal rights activist, who threw flour at her is a “bully.”

Kim said she initially tried her best to “laugh it off”  and refused to leave the event because she didn’t want to disrespect all of the people who worked so hard to put the event together.

She actually raised a pretty good thought: 

“If you’re trying to promote nonviolence towards animals … why are you trying to be violent towards humans?” 

So now, charges will be pressed against the unnamed woman and we will keep you informed of developments. Is this worthy of a criminal charge?

The breaking news is that PETA has offered to pay all the flour bomber’s legal fees. What do you think to that development?

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