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Kim Kardashian West attacked by man trying to kiss her bottom

KIM Kardashian West has been attacked by a prankster who tried to plant a kiss on her butt.

The 35-year-old star was set upon by Vitalii Sediuk - who grabbed the raven-haired beauty in 2014, and targeted Gigi Hadid last week - at Paris Fashion Week on Wednesday as he attempted to smooch her posterior, but he was wrestled to the ground by the reality star's security team.

According to gossip website TMZ, Kim said: "My security's a G."

Kim was heading to the Balmain fashion show at the time of the incident, which resulted in Kim's bodyguards pinning him to the ground.

His mouth appeared to get extremely close to touching the star's derriere, but it's not thought he made contact with her posterior.

It is not known if he was arrested.

This comes just a week after the Vitalii was elbowed in the face by supermodel Gigi after he lifted her up at Milan Fashion Week.

In 2014, the Ukrainian former TV presenter - who has also targeted Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio in the past - appeared to grab Kim's legs and pull her towards the floor before security waded in, also at the Balmain fashion show at Paris Fashion Week.

He said afterwards: "I hope Kim is OK and won't be mad at me as I didn't mean any harm.

"Kanye is one lucky man as Kim is a Goddess!"

He also admitted one of the reasons he had chosen to target the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - who has who has three-year-old daughter North and nine-month-old son Saint with husband Kanye West - was in protest at the US banning him from entering the country.



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