Kim Kardashian called a 'murderer' as anti-fur activists swarm her NYC book signing

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Kim Kardashian Called a 'Murderer' as Anti-Fur Activists Swarm Her in NYC

Kim Kardashian was caught off guard at her New York City book signing on Tuesday when she was swarmed by protesters.

During an appearance at a Barnes & Noble in promotion of her new book Selfish, the 34-year-old reality star was confronted by anti-fur activists that were mistook for fans. As she attempted to sign a copy for one of the protesters, the guy shouted, "I just want to say that you're the most disgusting human being on this planet!"

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The outbursts didn't stop there. "Shame on you for supporting the fur industry," the man exclaimed as other supporters held up posters protesting fur while yelling at Kardashian.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, who was not wearing fur during at the event, kept her composure during the spectacle and continued to sign books while keeping a smile on her face. "Can you make it out to all the animals that have been tortured?" another activist is heard saying before he's booted out of the book signing.


The anti-fur protesters continued to yell their message throughout the store, calling Kardashian a "murderer."

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"Fifty dead animals for one fur coat," one man chanted.

This wouldn't be the first time Kardashian has been abruptly confronted by an animal rights group. Back in March 2012, she was flour-bombed on a red carpet by a woman suspected to be from PETA.



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