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Kim Kardashian West's book signing goes sour as it's bombarded with animal activists

07 May 2015, 11:40

Cape Town – A group of animal activists verbally attacked Kim Kardashian West at her book signing in New York on Tuesday.

MailOnline reports a video shared by Animal New York shows the Keeping Up With The Kardashians TV star being verbally attacked as she signed copies of her book.

Disguising themselves as fans, the protestors approached the signing table and proceeded to call her “the most disgusting human being on this planet”

Kim, unable to do or say much, looked up at her security to address the situation who then quickly escorted the protestors out.

Keeping her poise, Kim remained calm as the protestors had a go at her.

One protester called Kim “a terrible person,” while another asked her to make his autograph out to “all the animals that have been killed for you to wear a fur coat.”

Although an unfortunate start to her book tour, Kim’s ego has seemed to go unbruised as the 34-year-old has carried on as if nothing happened.

Catch her in her next gig as a guest judge on Australia's Next Top Model

- Channel24


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