Kim Kardashian files complaint with French authorities over 'prankster' ambush

After Kim Kardashian's run-in with the 'prankster' Vitalli Sediuk at this year's Paris Fashion Week, she has formally filed a complaint with the French authorities about the incident.

Kim Kardashian files complaint with French authorities over 'prankster' ambush

Entertainment site E! News has confirmed that the reality TV star lodged a complaint against Vitalii Sediuk who appeared to kiss her bottom as she walked into Paris restaurant, L'Avenue.

Kim's make-up artist Mario Dedivanovic captured the whole thing on video and posted it to his Instagram account.

In a statement to the Associated Press, Vitalii claimed the stunt was a protest “to popularise natural beauty among teenage girls”.

He also claimed that it was not premeditated — and it was a “coincidence” that both he and Kim happened to be at the same spot.

The incident comes just days after Vitalii grabbed model Gigi Hadid, saying it was a form of protest against the use of celebrity models.

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