Yep, you read that right. Kim Kardashian got hit with a "flour bomb" last night while walking down the red carpet at the London Hotel in West Hollywood while attending the launch of her new fragrance.
At first there was a little bit of panic, considering Kim and the others around here weren't sure what the white substance was. The powder was later tested and was determined to be nothing but baking flour.
A motive of the incident isn't clear but it's being reported that the attacker yelled, "fur hag," during the assault. Either way, after the attacker was arrested, Kim decided to not press charges. But now it's being said that she wants to press charges because she feels the attacker shouldn't just get away with it. Because she's pressing charges, PETA has released statements saying they'd pay for the attackers court fees and basically that Kim deserved everything she got because she wears animal fur.
Kims sisters went straight to Twitter to show how ticked off they were when the whole thing went down.
Kim's incident isn't the first "bombing" to occur, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was recently attacked at a public gathering by a "glitter bomb."
So now the question is, are celebs put in danger at public events? Should there be more security? Tell us what you think!