Prankster who assaulted Gigi Hadid strikes again by attempting to kiss Kim Kardashian's famous butt

29 September 2016 / 3 weeks 4 days ago

Kim Kardashian West wants to get a restraining order against Vitalii Sediuk, the prankster who has attacked her twice in two years.

The 35-year-old star was attacked by Vitalii Sediuk for the second time in two years when he attempted to sneakily smooch her butt at Paris Fashion Week, and she is said to want some serious action taken against him. 

Sources close to the Kardashian clan have told gossip website TMZ that Kim is planning to file a police report over the incident, which occurred as she was attending the Balmain fashion show. 

She is calling in her lawyers and wants a restraining order against Vitalii - who attacked Gigi Hadid at Milan Fashion Week last week - after he also targeted her at Paris Fashion Week in 2014. 

During the latest incident, the prankster tried to kiss the raven-haired beauty's posterior but her security team managed to wrestle him to the ground just beforehand. 

Afterwards, Kim - who has who has three-year-old daughter North and nine-month-old son Saint with husband Kanye West - told the publication: "My security's a G."

Read also: Gigi Hadid elbows prankster in the face after he grabs and lifts her from behind

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,in an incident which also took place at a 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!"

Last week, Vitalii was elbowed in the face by supermodel Gigi after he lifted her up at Milan Fashion Week. 

She said afterwards: "Honestly, I felt I was in danger, and I had every right to react the way I did. If anything, I want girls to see the video and know that they have the right to fight back, too, if put in a similar situation.

"Practicing self-defence is important so that when you're in the moment, reacting from muscle memory comes more naturally to you than freezing up. 

"Confidence in your own ability to defend yourself comes with educating yourself about it, and is a massive advantage when in an unsafe situation."

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