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Kim Kardashian reportedly pressing charges over flour attack after all


By Reality TV World staff, 03/24/2012 

Kim Kardashian has reportedly had a change of heart about the floury shower she received Thursday.

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The Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Kourtney and Kim Take New York star has now decided to press charges against the female anti-fur activist who attacked her with a bag of flour on Thursday night, according to TMZ.

Kardashian was walking the red carpet at a launch party for her new fragrance line "True Reflection" at the London Hotel in West Hollywood when the woman reportedly came "out of nowhere" and doused the reality TV star -- who was wearing a black ensemble -- in white flour, covering her hair and backside.

"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, laughing off the situation.

Kardashian initially filed a non-criminal battery report with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department but said she did not intend to press changes against the woman.  During an interview with TMZ on Friday, Kardashian -- who termed the activist a "bully" -- explained she was simply "too busy" to pursue charges over the incident.

However, after giving the incident additional thought, Kardashian has reportedly changed her mind.

"[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, citing sources source to Kardashian.

"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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