Kim Kardashian has had a change of heart regarding the assault she received from a woman who criminally expressed her opinions about fur by throwing flour at the reality television star: she will now be pressing charges.
The People for the Unethical Treatment of Humans, more popularly known as PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), categorically denied any connection with Christina Cho, who assaulted Kardashian at an event where Kim was releasing a line of fragrance. They categorically deny ties to the assault, saying “It was not [us]. We were given the video by an anti-fur activist on the scene.” The woman whom they deny being associated with is actually a highly influential and outspoken PETA protester, who helped her sister get a job with PETA, and who, in PETA’s name, grabbed the mic from Donna Karan in 2010 to spout PETA rhetoric.
Furthermore, PETA has offered to fund all legal fees in defense of Cho’s crime, and Joanna Krupa, who is an activist for PETA has said, that Kim “Got away easy with just flour,” implying blood or acid would have been a better way to voice “ethical treatment,” and said “the attacker is a hero,” despite the fact that she surprise attacked an innocent women and attempted to flee the scene.
Khloe Kardashian, the sister of the assaulted Kim, regrets working with PETA and has completely withdrawn her ties with the organization and its illegal publicity stunts.