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Kim Kardashian Will Take a Stand Against Her Flour-Bomber
Kim Kardashian was a surprisingly cool cucumber after an animal rights activist called her a "fur hag" and flour-bombed her at a press event in West Hollywood on Thursday night.
Kardashian literally dusted herself off and went back to doing what she does best: shilling her products on a red carpet. At the time, she said she didn't even want to bother pressing any charges.
Well, she changed her mind, friends of Kardashian tell TMZ. Her friends say that Kardashian wants to press battery charges against the flour-bomber in order to send a message: that violence is not okay and that you shouldn't be able to get away with it.
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