Kanye assaulted a teenager who referred to Kim as a "n****r lover" and is now under police investigation
Kanye West is currently being probed by Los Angeles Police after allegedly assaulting an unarmed teenager in a chiropractor's waiting room on Monday, 13 January, in Beverley Hills. The incident occurred after the rapper's wife-to-be Kim Kardashian apparently became victim to a racial outburst from the same teen, who also referred to the reality star by other unflattering means, and now Kim is considering taking legal action against the kid.
Kim wants payback following the outburst
It all began when Kim was on her way to a Beverley Hills medical facility when she was quickly surrounded by a swarm of paps and photographers, as she so regularly is. Her alleged verbal attacker then stepped in to escort her through the crowd of paparazzi, with TMZ stating that things started to get ugly when the teen began hurling racial and homophobic slurs at the paps. Kim asked the kid to stop using the foul language, which then prompted him to turn on the reality star and start directing his foul mouth her way, calling her amongst other things a "stupid slut."
Quickly getting on the phone to inform her hubby of what was happening, the teen caught on to who she was speaking to a began referring to her as a "n****r love" repeated times. When Kanye, who was already at the building, arrived he allegedly confronted the teen, who was in the waiting room of a chiropractor's office, and then began wailing on him and throwing punches. Police arrived after Kanye had left and with the teen eager to press charges, an investigation soon got underway.
A police statement obtained by L.A Now reveals that LAPD authorities are currently investigating the rapper, who will potentially have to face a charge of misdemeanor battery, depending on the results of the investigation. With Kanye already in the line of LAPD fire, Kim is allegedly seeking her own legal atonement for the incident.
Kanye is already under police investigation
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