In the meantime, PETA has reacted to Kim's plan to press charges against her attacker, saying in a statement, 'The activist acted from the heart, something Kim doesn't seem to have.'
Kim Kardashian has just revealed what keeps her going forward after an eventful week. Having gone through an embarrassing situation following her flour-bomb incident last Thursday, March 22, the estranged wife of Kris Humphries shared to her Twitter followers that she's found solace at church.
On Sunday, March 25, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star wrote on her account, "I would be lost if I didn't go to church to reflect back on my whole week." She followed it up with another tweet that read, "Today's service was awesome! Thank you so much @brad_s_johnson! Extra special! Needed that!"
The tweet came just two days after the 31-year-old told E! News that she's planning to press charges against the woman who dumped a bag of white flour on her head at the red carpet event for her new fragrance, True Reflection. "I am just going to think about it, because I don't want someone to think they can really get away with that," so she said. "So we are going to handle that."
Kim's plan quickly drew harsh response from PETA. The animal rights organization blasted the former "Dancing with the Stars" contestant in a statement released via TMZ as saying, "If she presses charges, at least people will be constantly reminded of her selfish, callous disregard for the cruel deaths that she causes by wearing fur."
"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. The activist acted from the heart, something Kim doesn't seem to have. If anything, Kim should get a life, the very thing that she denies animals," continued the group, who also said they are willing to cover the flour-bomber's defense costs.