In a series of unwarranted assaults on famous women, Kim Kardashian is the latest victim.
Gigi Hadid’s attacker, Vitalii Sediuk, kissed Kim Kardashian’s ass – literally rather than figuratively – in Paris during the city’s prestigious Fashion Week.
Although Sediuk nearly missed his ample target, luckily, Kim’s security stepped in and floored the Ukranian-born ‘prankster’ before he could get too close to Kardashian-West.
The assault – yes, it was assault – was caught on camera by the sex tape mogul’s make up artist, Mario Dedivanovic.
Sediuk has since explained his ludicrous reasoning for unashamedly violating Kim’s personal space on his Instagram – and, as can be expected from the notorious ‘prankster’ it had nothing to do with brown-nosing the Kardashian Klan.
I was protesting Kim for using fake butt implants. I encourage her and the rest of Kardashian clan to popularise natural beauty among teenage girls who follow and defend them blindly.
It’s not the first time Sediuk has clashed with Kim. Two years ago, at the same elite Parisian fashion event he dove for her legs as she arrived at a catwalk show.
Kim took to Twitter to thank her bodyguard for eliminating the threat quickly and effectively, but all the same, she hasn’t taken this latest assault lightly. According to E! Online, Kardashian has filed a complaint against him to French authorities. We hope her actions will bring Sediuk to justice for his repeated disregard of women.
While we’d all like to see less of Kim Kardashian, under no circumstances does she deserve to be assaulted in the street just because, subjectively, we all might think she’s an awful nobody who doesn’t deserve her fame or fortune.
But just because these women are famous, does not make them fair game.
A former emo kid who talks too much about 8Chan meme culture, the Kardashian Klan, and how her smartphone is probably killing her. Francesca is a Cardiff University Journalism Masters grad who has done words for BBC, ELLE, The Debrief, DAZED, an art magazine you’ve never heard of and a feminist zine which never went to print.