Kim Kardashian to press charges against flour bomber PETA activist Christina Cho

Cho the "superstar activist"

WRITTEN BY: Billy Gardner
Kim Kardashian wearing black when she was flour bombed
Image Source: Luke Ford via Wiki Commons
Kim Kardashian wearing black when she was flour bombed

TMZ reported that Kim Kardashian has decided to press charges against the female anti-fur activist who flour bombed her. The bomb was dropped when Kim Kardashian was walking the red carpet for the launch of her new fragrance line True Reflection at the London Hotel in West Hollywood. The report reads that “out of nowhere” a woman with flower bag in hand doused Kim Kardashian on the back and in her hair. She was wearing an all black ensemble.

"That probably is the craziest, unexpected, weird thing that ever happened to me. Like I said to my makeup artist, I wanted more powder and that's a whole lot of translucent powder right there," Kardashian told E! News afterwards, making light of the situation. 

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) reported that the attacker, rather the flour bomber, was Christina Cho, and referred to her as a “PETA member” and “superstar activist.” Christina has even won an award from PETA in 2010 for her dedication to the organization.

PETA spokesmen told Celebuzz, “We don’t believe Kim would be so shortsighted as to go after this woman, but if she does, we’ll definitely look at how to maximize exposure to the cruel fur industry, and that could mean defending the activist if she wishes,” continuing, “How much better it would be if she decided to evolve and enhance her image by donating her vulgar furs and exotic-animal skins to the homeless.”

"[Kardashian] does not feel the woman who threw the flour at her should get away with it and that she should be her accountable for her actions," TMZ reported Saturday. "We're told Kim will contact law enforcement in the next few days to tell them she wants to press charges. According to our sources, Kim wants to send the message that people are entitled to their opinion, but should not resort to violence."

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