Kim Kardashian has got flour-bombed while promoting her new fragrance, True Reflection, on Thursday, March 22 night, and her sisters are not staying quiet. Both Kourtney Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian have taken to their individual Twitter account to share their reaction on the red carpet attack.
"Classy to flour bomb my sister at her charity event helping women," Kourtney wrote in a long post. "I wonder if they would have dared thrown the flour at my hormonal and pregnant self!" Khloe, in the meantime, tweeted, "I wish I was with my sister tonight. I bet you that woman wouldn't have dared tried a thing..."
Khloe additionally sent her love to Kim as she wrote in another tweet, "I love you @KimKardashian you are a flour princess! :) see you in the morning sister!" When a follower said that Kim handled the situation well, the wife of Lamar Odom replied, "She handled it amazing! What a low to flour bomb someone. You care that much? Oh sorry 'don't care'."
Kim hit the red carpet at the London Hotel in West Hollywood for the launch of True Reflection. For the special event, the estranged wife of Kris Humphries opted to wear a black blazer, leather trousers and a bright blue blouse, and was accompanied by mother Kris Jenner. Shortly before 8:00 P.M., an unidentified woman dumped a bag of white flour on the reality star's head.
An on-scene Access Hollywood staffer recalled that the younger woman "came from Kim's left, with a Zip-Lock baggie," detailing, "She went in between Kim and her publicist and started dumping the bag on Kim's head and shoulders." Of Kim's reaction, the staffer said, "She was shocked. And, as soon as it happened, she put her head down and security grabbed her and they rushed her off into the elevators."
Kim returned back to the red carpet around 10 minutes later, and managed to joke about the incident. "That probably is the craziest, unexpected, weird thing that ever happened to me," the 31-year-old told E! Online. "Like I said to my makeup artist, I wanted more powder and that's a whole lot of translucent powder right there."
The woman responsible for the flour attack was detained by hotel security when trying to run away after her act. Deputy Peter Gomez of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said that Kim declined to press charges against the woman, who has since been released. A non-criminal battery report, however, was still filed.