'Kardashians' Roundup: Kim's Flour Bomb Incident and More Bashing
'Kardashians' Roundup:  Kim's Flour Bomb Incident and More Bashing
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Life isn't getting any easier for Kim Kardashian who, in a span of one week, was bashed by two actors and was dumped on by flour on the red carpet. Read on to find out more. 

It looks like Kim Kardashian is having second thoughts about not pressing charges against the woman who dumped a bag of flour all over her in the lobby of Hollywood's London Hotel Thursday night. The reality TV starlet handled the unexpected situation gracefully by just walking away from the scene. After getting cleaned up, she went back to the red carpet for the launch of her new fragrance True Reflection. 

According to E!, however, she's now taking action.

"I said earlier I wasn't going to file a complaint, [but] I am just going to think about that, because I don't want someone to think they can really get away with that. . . . I was laughing it off earlier because . . . that's the only thing I knew how to do at the time. . . But what if it was some other substance? What if that person had a dangerous weapon? It's scary," Kardashian said.

While the reason as to why the woman caused the incident was not revealed, many reports speculate that it has something to do with Kim's fondness of wearing fur.

Meanwhile, Jon Hamm has taken another stab at Kim after calling her a "f---ing idiot," which sparked a war of words between the Mad Men actor and the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star. "The sexy thing is so ephemeral and meaningless other than in the world of selling magazines," Hamm said in an interview with Time Out London magazine. "Who cares, when it's reduced to just that? You might as well be a Kardashian and have a sex tape." According to New York Daily News, however, he wants to put a stop to their word feud for good.

Jon Hamm isn't the only actor who has recently bashed Kim. When English actor Jason Statham was asked during an interview if he considers himself as  a brand, he said, "F-k no, why should I? F-k 'em. Kim Kardashian's a brand."

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