Kim Kardashian & Kanye add more security following Kim’s assault in Paris


We have a treasury of Kimye stories this weekend, so let’s get to it. Some background: on Thursday, just before Kanye West and Kim Kardashian attended the Balmain show, the Ukrainian “prankster”/jackass Vitalii Sediuk assaulted Kim. He grabbed onto her legs and the video is actually pretty frightening. I know we all talk about Kim’s ass of lies and all, but it’s a good frame of reference to remember just how small she is: she’s pretty short at 5′ 3″, plus she can easily be thrown off balance because she wears stilettos all the time. It must have been frightening for her.

Which is why it doesn’t surprise me that “sources” told TMZ that Kim and Kanye stepped up their security following the attack. Apparently, they’re now rolling in bulletproof, armored vehicles plus they hired added security guards while in Paris. They’re telling people that Paris has just gotten too crazy for them. As for Sediuk… he has not been arrested and the French police have no plans to arrest him for assault:

Parisian police couldn’t care less Kim Kardashian was attacked while making her way through paparazzi at a Fashion Week event … they say the assault means nothing to them … and don’t understand why Americans make such a big deal of it.

An official from the Prefecture de police de Paris said unlike the cops in the U.S. … the Paris police don’t become involved in such “minimal situations.” So cops tell us they will take NO action against Vitalii Sediuk for trying to tackle Kim to the ground.

It’s a pretty laissez-faire attitude … considering Princess Diana was killed in Paris 17-years ago while trying to flee from paparazzi.

[From TMZ]

I’m uncomfortable with invoking Princess Diana at this point – especially considering how we now know that driver Henri Paul was crazy-drunk when the car crashed – but I’m also pretty uncomfortable with the police shrugging their shoulders when a woman is assaulted.

Speaking of, Vitalii Sediuk spoke to the Hollywood Reporter following this incident. You can read the full piece here. He claims he went to the Balmain show because he knew Kim would be there and he says he’s “cautious” because “I know she is a woman — so I kind of hugged her legs. I already had a bad experience with America Ferrera. It’s different with men.” He reiterates the idea that it was some kind of “protest” against America for putting him on the no-fly list. Honestly, he sounds mentally unbalanced and he needs to be kept away from everybody.

And finally, here’s the video of Kim and Kanye getting booed by photographers at the Lanvin show – Kanye goes over to some of the photogs and tells them: “Alber [Elbaz] asked to see us, don’t boo us. We’re not late, we’re not late.” Well, they were late, but that’s a pretty good reason.


Photos courtesy of WENN, Fame/Flynet.

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  1. mia girl says:

    There are not enough Ns and Os in the world to properly express how I feel about that flesh-toned outfit.

  2. Jacqueline says:

    It’s a double-edged sword. Whenever anyone touches you without your permission that’s assault. When a man is physical with a woman, it’s assault. But, at the same time, Kim was never in any danger. She has lots of flack who weren’t going to let anything happen to her. It would be a waste of police resources to persue this, especially if it would be pled out or reduced and dismissed. Maybe cops in the US could make a bigger impact if they could say, “that’s minor and we’re not addressing it”

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      I get what you’re saying about a waste of resources, and I might agree, if he hadn’t repeatedly done this before. And if he isn’t punished, even if it’s just paying a fine, he will continue to feel free to tackle any famous American under similar circumstances. Also, we know NOW that he wasn’t trying to really harm her, but she didn’t know it then, and neither did her security people. It probably truly frightened her, and someone could have been hurt, even if that wasn’t his intention.

      I also think it’s dangerous to start saying one kind of assault is ok while another isn’t. Obviously, there are varying degrees of severity, but you’re getting close to saying “well, he just slapped her” or “he just grabbed her breast, he didn’t actually hurt her” and I think that’s wrong. He tackled her, or tried to. He touched her without her permission. I’m glad that’s against the law, and I’m glad our police try to protect us from that.

      I don’t feel that comfortable brushing him off. I think he’s unbalanced, and he needs to be dealt with.

      • Bridget says:

        What bugs me is that he’s doing it for the attention, and by covering it all media outlets are doing is giving him exactly what he wants and feeding that behavior. More than any arrest, what would get him to stop would be to stop writing about his crap.

        That said, Kim wasn’t in any actual danger, and bulletproof vehicles and extra security seems like massive overkill.

      • dagdag says:


        how about @237 says, below, who was hit in the face with an ellbow in the subway? She was hit without her permission.

        I leave Sediuk out, he did it for attention. It is about the touching without permission.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        I am not sure what you’re asking, but I assume @237 was hit by accident. There’s a difference.

      • dagdag says:


        My question was and is, of course, nitpicking.

        I just do not get this – touching without permit- being an assault.

        Intentional, ruthless, reckless, etc., or by accident.

        The result is the same. I have been touched without my permission. The intentions or the situations count? Isn t this a matter of interpretations?

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Hmm. Yes, intentions count. I’m not talking about someone who accidentally bumps into you. He intentionally grabbed her around the legs and tried to make her fall over. Would it be ok with you for someone to do that? It would not be with me. I’m not saying he needs to face the firing squad, but someone needs to get his attention and make him stop it before he hurts somebody. I thinks he’s nuts.

    • lisa says:

      if the KKK hasnt filed a complaint, how/why would it be prosecuted?

      if it bothered them enough to hire a tank to ride in, it should have bothered the enough to file a complaint. if they havent filed a complaint, i have to think either it didnt bother them or it was staged

  3. Birdix says:

    This was terrible, certainly, but is assault the right word? I don’t mean to shrug it off, but It doesn’t seem like that would have been used when he attacked/accosted/grabbed a man. Kim is little, sure, but not a fragile flower because she’s a woman.

    • Addison says:

      Yeah assault does not seem to fit here. Sure the guy grabbed her but to me assault has always seemed like there is an intent to harm. Is the guy an idiot? Sure but I don’t think he wanted to hurt her. Should he be around people. No.

      I’m sure they call photographers all the time. I don’t understand why people would do that.

      • Lady D says:

        She was on a sidewalk by the car. He could have knocked her off the curb and between the curb and the car, breaking her ankle. She could have broken her arm landing awkwardly against the car. There was potential for her to be harmed and that should be addressed, not ignored or laughed off.

      • Sacred And Profane says:

        If this had happened in my state in Australia, it certainly would have been treated as assault. It was a deliberate act, whether or not he intended to harm her, and he could claim it was just a prank until the cows come home. He would have been arrested, given a formal warning or even charged and been allowed to have his day in court. I’m not a fan of the Wests – at all – but that’s how it would have been handled here.

    • Bridget says:

      When he’s grabbed at men, he goes for thwir crotches. That’s definitely assault.  As when he crawled up America Ferrara’s skirt.

  4. Ladybug says:

    He had a bad experience with America Ferrera?! He’s delusional and needs treatment.

    • Brittney B says:

      He looked up her skirt. HE was the bad experience.

      • denisemich says:

        There is a good and bad to what the French police said. Unlike in America, they are not going to expend extra money to support celebrity. However, I hope this doesn’t stand for ordinary French citizens.

        A lot of money (taxes) are spent to keep celebrities safe in America. It is not fair it should be at their expense.

        On the other hand, this guy seems unhinged.

        On another note, the best part of that video is Kanye’s man boobs. LOL>

  5. Gina says:

    What in the name of little baby Jesus and everything holy is this woman wearing. Insult to well dressed women everywhere. Size up Kimmie, size up.

  6. NewWester says:

    Besides the nut case that assaulted Kim. Kim or her stylist should also be arrested for assaulting the eyes of people seeing that outfit! That is just too much

  7. Kiddo says:

    Of course none of the precautionary measures would ever include not calling the paps and making their whereabouts a spectacle.

    • Gina says:

      Calling the paps is from the days of yore. I think the lesson might be the tried and true…be careful what you wish for. This family breaks all rules of logic, in particular the mother and Kim. Using that little girl as some sort of photo prop is unacceptable….poor Northwest..

    • Chrissy says:

      Exactly Kiddo. The solution is too simple for these people. I’m so sick of her and her sausage casing. She looks utterly ridiculous and so uncomfortable. This is who Nori has as a role model..

    • Josephine says:

      Not to mention that they are overreacting. This was one guy, a guy who is nuts and has done this to others, and the only danger she faced was falling. This has happened to other celebs, who were actually treated more poorly, and none reacted by stepping up security. This, as usual, is a just an attention grab and yet another “poor me” attempt.

      They think they are important enough to require security typically used by leaders of the world. Hey, it’s their money, but I think it just makes them look foolish as usual.

      • Kiddo says:

        Photos of Kim are now substituted for old imagery in the illustrated book version of The Emperor’s New Clothes.

      • 237 says:

        Yep.thought the same. So she could have fallen. Boo-hoo.
        If that guy had a knife or a gun, then we are talking.

    • Luca26 says:

      Umm she was attacked on a red carpet for a fashion event in this case I highly doubt she had to call the paparrazi.

      • Kiddo says:

        Umm, sorry, I don’t follow them, other than what’s on here, but my comment still stands in general.

      • mimif says:

        *chides Kiddo, grabs her hair & drags her back to the pale, beige, gently quivering tops of Bradley’s meaty thighs thread*

      • Kiddo says:

        @mimif, THAT and a bucket of greasy fries is infinitely more desirable than this. There, I said it. Potato over this non-nutritional starch.

    • MsMercury says:

      I was watching Wendy Williams hot topics on her youtube channel and she said the same thing (don’t call the paps) and she added that celebs/rich people can always go into the back private entrances or Kim if she really wanted to go to the show she could just show up earlier.

  8. ClaireB says:

    I know that the fashion world is a business, so they kind have a legitimate reason to be at the Lanvin fashion row, and probably, yes, they absolutely need to be first row. Still, it pisses me off so much to see Kim seating two seats from Catherine Deneuve. The gap between these two ladies could not be greater, but maybe it’s meant to represent the diversity of the brand.

  9. Em says:

    Shocked at how many people are shrugging off the assault. If this was Jolie or Lawrence people would be losing their minds and be out for blood. Funny how that works.

    • Luca26 says:

      Yeah I dislike this woman as much as everyone else does but the guy is crazy and it was assault.
      I remember when he was just shooting a squirt gun at Tom Cruise years back well he keeps escalating and it’s conceivable to me that he will eventually hurt someone if the authorities aren’t willing to intervene.

    • Kiddo says:

      Who shrugged off the assault? Did you read that post and comments?

      • Luca26 says:

        I don’t want to start something but when I read through some of the comments including yours I must say a lot came off as victim blaming and diminishing of the attack. I think she is a famewhore. She can’t dress for anything. I hate the sound of her voice ,and everything she symbolizes about this culture.

        That being said no matter how much of a famewhore she is , it doesn’t matter whether or not she calls paparazzi ,or how awful her clothes are ,no one has the right to lay their hands on her. It is assault! She isn’t overreacting and there is no difference between what he did to her, America Ferrera, or Brad Pitt.

      • Kiddo says:

        First, Kim is famous for nothing. She is not a dignitary, She has made a living by calling attention to herself ALWAYS with no perceivable talent, but being famous for being famous. If you had read the previous post and comments, I gave the guy no pass. I think he’s unhinged. He has no right to put his hands on anyone. But by the same token, I am sick of Kanye and his complaints about the paps when they routinely utilize the paps as a means to an end to enrich themselves. I didn’t realize this happened at a red carpet event, but I still believe that they would be more safety conscious if they didn’t alert everyone to their constant movements.

        They do create the circus themselves intentionally, in general, and so they have to watch that the lion isn’t released from the cage.

      • dagdag says:


        there is always danger when you join a crowd and the KKs attract weirdos. An assault is an assault and she can press charges.

    • Lucinda says:

      I don’t think people, certainly not on this board, are shrugging it off. I watched the video and it was a scary situation to be sure. Although, just getting out of the car in that crowd looked terrifying to me. It was bizarre to me how close people were allowed to get to that car.

      If it had been Jolie or Lawrence, they would have handled the situation differently I suspect. For starters, they most likely would have made sure their arrival was not so chaotic. With Jolie for certain, the guy would never have been able to get that close. Jolie seems to take care of her own security concerns in a way that are truly effective instead of for show. Bullet proof vehicle in response to a leg attack? That screams “look at me” far more than “I’m taking reasonable measures to protect myself.”

      • Luca26 says:

        @ Lucinda Considering this is the same guy that attacked Brad Pitt on the red carpet when he wasn’t too far from Angelina I think you are wrong. He has press credentials and has for years been able to attack celebs like Wil Smith etc that seem untouchable.
        I think the comments reek of victim blaming and it’s only getting worse.

        @Kiddo I fail to see why anything about how or why she is famous has to do with the attack. I don’t disagree with you about why she is famous I just think in this instance it has no place in talking about this . As much of a famewhore that she and her family are they have a right to go about their famewhore behavior without being assaulted.

      • dagdag says:

        @Lucinda, you said it. Effective security instead a mess of a show.

        @Luca26, he had press credentials. No longer.

    • llc says:

      I agree. I loathe Kim and Kanye, and I think the stepped up security is a joke. But… This was assault, and it could’ve ended much worse. I fell on two carpeted stairs and ended up having five surgeries, months of rehab, and a permanent plate in my knee. I’m young, small, and have healthy bones. As far as calling the paps, Angelina is notorious for doing that as well and has been since she adopted her first and set about reforming her image. Even so, I’m sure she would get a great deal more sympathy for something like this.

      • Candy Love says:

        Lol Jolie goes month and months with out being seen so how is she calling the paparizzi and no she is not know for calling the paparizzi. She is known for being one of the more private onces.

        As for your comment below your just talking crazy. She did drugs in the past got her sh*t together just like Robert Downey JR so what. She not trying to make anybody forget that if she was she wouldn’t be as open about it as she is.

    • Gina says:

      Jolie and Jlaw avoid the paps at all costs. The Kardashians seek the attention and that is where the difference lies. I’m sure another season of KUWTK is just around the corner and trust me this show will be front and center. In the confessional, Pimp Mom Kris will say how brave and strong Kim is. I’m not buying it, don’t want the woman hurt obviously, but she may as well have sent this guy an invitation. She’s getting all the attention she sold her soul to the devil for and more.

      • llc says:

        I don’t know much about Jennifer Lawrence, but Jolie calls the paps frequently. She plays the media game very well. Hardly anyone remembers her w*ore druggie flakey past. Some people even think she is an actual ambassador.

    • Josephine says:

      This exact thing has happened to many other celebs, by the exact same person. The public did not go crazy over the other assaults, either, even when they were worse.I think the real problem is that because it is PR hungry Kim, her team had to make a huge deal of it and get as much coverage as possible out of it, including hiring armed cars.

  10. Chrissy says:

    I felt so bad for Catherine Deneuve who is the epitome of class and style having to endure the spectacle that is Kimye.
    The video showed her not being very amused by these idiots. I hope she complains …..
    The guy who assaulted Kim sounds like another attention-seeking nut-job. Not surprised the French police aren’t concerned.

  11. word says:

    There are plenty of celebs who visit Paris and never get pap’d. These two make a spectacle on PURPOSE. They want to be seen…she doesn’t spend 4 hours in hair and make-up NOT to have her picture taken. She creates a “show” wherever she goes, and it’s all done on purpose. That man shouldn’t have touched her, true…he grabbed her legs and tried to hug them (weird)…the body guards grabbed him and in the process ended up pushing Kim up against the car. I don’t know why Kimye feel the need to drive around in bullet proof cars now…come on.

    • 237 says:

      Word, word!

      I know its not the same but I got an elbow in my face by some reckless idiot on the subway just yesterday. Where is my bulletproofed subway wagon?

    • dagdag says:

      The more paparazzi they call, the more security they need. I just hope the numbers will be balanced or better, security will outnumber paparazzi. Add 2 or 3 bullet proof cars, a row of motorcyclists to clear the path and there you go, safe pap strolling.

  12. Dawn says:

    I no longer care about these two nut cases. In my opinion it is just a matter of time before KanYe West truly loses it and the public has enough of him and his no-talent wife if they are truly married. Was she assaulted, not in the same way that people get assaulted you know black eyes, bloody lips and so on and so forth. But yes she was touched while in a frenzy of paps by someone who allegedly she didn’t know would be touching her. With these two I believe nothing so this could have been a stunt. But that’s just me.

    • Petee says:

      No it is not just you.I think it was a stunt also.I have already said enough about these two on the other post.They both turn my stomach.

  13. Jen34 says:

    It is very hard for me to muster any sympathy for these two. I am sure they are enjoying the publicity.

  14. 237 says:

    I’ll save my sympathies for people who deserve it

  15. HatetheletterK says:

    The delusion runs deep if she thinks she looks good in that outfit.

  16. Christin says:

    I thought they already had ample security, bulletproof vehicles, etc.? Seems like I recall reading that around the time the baby was born. Maybe that is just in the U.S., though.

  17. Beatrice says:

    I’m sure it was terrifying to be grabbed like that, but this couple puts themselves out there every single day for publicity. According to this little tidbit from Page Six Parisians and fashion insiders are getting pretty tired of this pair (me, too).

  18. Vava says:

    It’s assault alright and this guy should be dealt with accordingly.

    • Someonestolemyname says:

      True. Despite what people may think about Kim, she doesn’t deserve to be assaulted.
      No this was not a stunt. No way Kim would want to get knocked down to the ground for a stunt.

    • Seszie says:

      I agree. What If he had toppled her over or caused her to twist an ankle or hit her head or hurt her back or knee. All of that could of happened. Def not okay.

  19. Felice says:

    Wasn’t there a time when luxury designers asked her not to wear their designs?

  20. Mischa Jane says:

    Grey knee-high suede boots do NOT go with a spandex nude skirt, Kimmy. Hideous! God, she looks horrible in this!

  21. emmie_a says:

    Why do you believe Kanye when he said he was late for Lanvin bc he had to talk to Alber? He is a proven liar and beyond delusional so I wouldn’t believe a word he says.

  22. Teresa_Maria says:

    This first photo of Kim in nude whatever-we-choose-to-call-it got me scarred for life

  23. kri says:

    I just want to know where she buys her mirrors. The only thing that doesn’t make my retinas gag are they grey boots. Why, god, whyyyyyyy?!? Wall slide.

  24. Mika302 says:

    Wow….some of these comments r shocking….put urself n her place, if some random guy on purpose tried to hug ur legs would u NOT hv been afraid of falling? Would u hv not wanted to beat the crap out of him? Geez i know people dnt like them, but damn right i’m increasing security.. Some statements made about this r disgusting, and to b made by women is worst! Think if tht was ur family member…would u tell them ti just suck it up??

    • Sugar1 says:

      This family is overrated they are so fame hungry they bring drama wherever they go. I don’t see where anyone has said she deserved to be tackled by this freak.
      Absolutely I would be scared if out of the blue in a crowded pap frenzy someone lurched at me and grabbed me. I think we all get that element of this story. But every single time these 2 step out they can fly under the radar & not bring out the crazy but the won’t. They need & crave the drama that they bring & that follows them.
      And now of course in the paranoid mind of her husband they have tightened security to the pope level.

    • Someonestolemyname says:

      I agree, It’s awful, Kim does not deserve this man basically assaulting her.
      Some of the comments are disgusting. No one deserves assault.
      What if the child had been in her arms?
      This guy deserves punishment, pure and simple.

    • word says:

      I don’t see anyone saying she deserved it. But really, bullet proof cars? That’s ridiculous. Anyways, to each their own !

      • ketjo says:

        same car they have been using all week ….and no extra ” armed guards ” which aren’t allowed in french except for high diplomatic positions….all the extra protection spin is just that spin….look at the photos and see what’s really happening around her and not what they tell you is happening you will be surprised..

    • Sacred And Profane says:

      I agree Mika. Here in Australia, Rugby League is big – Grand Final next Sunday. It’s tackle football. In order to bring a player down, and hopefully make him lose possession of the ball, an opponent chases him down as he runs towards the score (try) line. To actually bring him down, he launches himself at the player’s legs to “hug” them, thereby causing the player’s inability to run and come crashing to the ground. As the saying goes around these parts, “You can’t run wtthout legs…” Apart from there being no running and no ball in KK’s case, the scenario is pretty much the same – this nutter threw himself at her legs in order to “hug”. What else was going to happen, but for her to fall? The way I see it, if there hadn’t been all the other bodies there to prop her up, she most certainly would have fallen and very likely been hurt. We’d see it as an uninvited and unwarranted tackle, and therefore, assault.

      I can’t stand these two, for every single reason mentioned here. but it’s unhelpful to pretend it’s anything else.

  25. Ruyana says:

    I can’t handle the pictures. Kim is an empty shell dressed in horrible clothes by Kanye. Kanye is just plain ugly inside and out.

    I saw a picture on either Radar or TMZ of the pair of them walking down some stairs and Kanye had a handful of Kim’s butt. I’ll bet she didn’t even feel it!

  26. Marion says:

    The French police didn’t shrug it off, it’s just different here! If they (Kim) had made a fuss about it right on the spot, the man would probably have been taken to the police station to answer some questions, and would probably have been released too.
    It’s just that here, when you have been assaulted, it’s your move to go and make a deposition at the police station. Since after the event, they quietly went to the Balmain show, no one will arrest the guy, since no one came to make her deposition.

    • janeFR says:

      +1. Why should the police be concerned if K&K are not concerned enough to actually press charges ?

      • funfactor says:

        They wouldn’t press charges if this was all fake, paid for by Kimye themselves–or most likely, Pimp Mama Kris.

  27. A Fan says:

    Sigh. We had such a winner with the cute, white A-line dress a few days ago. Now, this. Although, it probably wouldn’t be so bad if not for the out-of-proportion-fake-diaper-ass.

    Trying so hard to look sophisticated.

    [*But(t) it isn’t working…*]

  28. ketjo says:

    Looks exactly like some of those sweet potatoes we dug up or storage the other day …skinny at one end and bulging like crazy at the other………

    As for assault …ladies if he’s paid to do it , it is not assualt and therefore she would not persuse charges and since the cops never even detained him and he was giving interviews not a hour later lets me to believe it was faked for the camera’s …..I for one would be setting in the police station waiting for him to be put behind bars…not going on with the show and another that same day and partying afterward…….as the french police said they don’t get involved with entertainment….

  29. moon says:

    The French aren’t having a bad attitude towards a woman being assaulted. Their giving side-eye to the fact that Kim is a trashy celebrity and this idea that celebs have special status in America.

  30. ketjo says:

    New York Post have a good article on what the real opinion of the Kardashians all of them and Kanye are to the fashion industry and fashion week…..they are “fashion flu” if they come to your show it will be a three ring circus and ruin it…. and They can’t wait to sweep this trash circus out of town…. directly quoted from reps of the fashion week….Kanye and Kompany are about as welcome as the real flu…..

    • aquarius64 says:

      If the fashion industry thinks this family is trouble and bad press magnets, why invite them to fashion shows in the first place? Simple – the traveling trainwreck brings press, period. They know a Kardashian involved in their events means buzz. They may not stand them but they are willing to put up with them for any potential profit their presence would bring.

      As for the French police not arresting this nut, I think it’s due to status. If this whacko did this to Chelsea Clinton or Malia Obama you know he would have been locked up and facing a trial. I think people are finally fed with the Kardashians and it’s showing. Less and less people are willing to cater to their diva nonsense (see booing at fashion show). They’ve done this before but the public’s tolerance is wearing thin.

      • jwoolman says:

        Aquarius- if it happened to Michele Obama, she and her security would have pressed charges. Kim apparently didn’t bother. So it’s a combination of something that seems minor to the police and the fact that nobody bothered to come down to the police station to start the process. Until that’s done, they can’t do anything about an incident of this type. A shooting would be a different matter, automatic police involvement I’m sure.

        The Kardashians would rather pretend to step up their own security (while still using a 1 year old as a human shield) than just go after the jerk in court. Which is why he gets away with it. And also why speculation will continue that it was a Kardashian setup, although I think the guy is too loose a cannon for even Demon Mother to handle this time.

  31. jwoolman says:

    The French police probably didn’t think a man grabbing a woman was a big deal. The fact that the woman was a foreigner increased their disinterest. She would have had to follow local procedures and head down to the police station to get their attention at all. She didn’t, so they’re not interested either. And the guy is free to do it again and again.

    • janeFR says:

      ouahhh. In what country does the police get involve in a could be a minor assault/ could be an accident if nobody press charges ?

  32. Mar says:

    Omg that outfit looks like it came out of my butt hole

  33. Lux says:

    All I gleaned from that video: Catherine Deneuve looks flawless (as usual).

  34. Lizzy1013 says:

    God forbid she forget to wax… Her clothes are so tight if she were to forget to wax, we would see stubble. Not cute.

  35. Chris says:

    The antithesis of culture.

  36. Juniper says:

    I hate this prankster guy. He’s just an ass that should be locked up by now. Still can’t muster any sympathy for Kumye though.

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  38. Eloise says:

    On another site, several French commenters stated that the French people do not pay any attention to famous, talented celebrities, let alone these two unknowns in their country. The Kartrashian show is not aired over there, they barely know who Kanye is, and really don’t care. The only people that do care are tourists.
    France also has laws in place that prevent Paparazzi stalking celebrities. This came about as a result of Diana’s death. So, the reason anyone is following them around is because they are called by this family.
    Totally, the “attack” was pre-arranged and thus no police reports filed, no charges, because there was no crime committed as it was an arrangement for publicity.
    Furthermore, IF they were so frightened that they increased security (which as others pointed out, most likely was all spin and there is no evidence of an increase) why on earth would they continue to take North to these shows. And again, if they are so concerned with safety they can call off the Paps by French law they aren’t allowed to be there unless invited. Lastly, as many others have stated, they can use a secure private entrance or arrive early.
    They do not do any of these protective measures because they live for multiple daily headlines. They are not scared for their safety because they know there is no threat. They create all the manufactured drama all the time, it’s what they do, and then they always lie and say the opposite.

    So, you have all of these known facts before you, or you can believe a family of proven liars and grifters that a stupid stunt was a vicious attack and she is oh so scared that she continues to do all the same dangerous stunts. They aren’t scared, they aren’t in danger, they know this and this is why no charges were filed. They’ve already moved onto the next headline with elaborate stunt planned out. Guaranteed something odd will happen within a week, and it invariably has actually happened to a real celebrity and that’s where they come up with the ideas to lie or stage the lie to include them as well, to “prove” how important they are to their brainless followers.
    Absolutely everything and anything that other stars are victims of, they will be too, and shockingly no charges are ever filed! How about that?
    So end of. They are liars and scam artists. That is there talent. Every time you fall for that, you are just a schmuck. And they laugh all the way to the bank and stop by there own church to declare a tax-free status and donation. HAHAHAHA. Jokes on you.

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