This year's Paris Fashion Week just got more exciting! While making her way inside one of the events in the French capital, Kim Kardashian was rushed and tackled by the notorious red carpet prankster, ex-journalist Vitalii Sediuk.

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A man tried to tackle Kim Kardashian at a Paris Fashion Week show

Moments after the 33 year-old reality TV star got out of her car at the Hotel Salomon de Rothschild she was rushed by Sediuk at around 3 p.m., who was waiting in the large crowd gathered outside the venue.

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TMZ posted a video of the incident in which the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' is grabbed and pulled down by the former Ukrainian news reporter. Kim holds onto her security guard while alerting her husband Kanye West, who exited the vehicle from the other side.

Kris Jenner, Kim's mother, can be heard shouting "stop it!" while the security quickly subdued the prankster and restrained him until the celebrity couple entered the venue. There were reportedly no arrests made.

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Sediuk took credit for the stunt after emailing The Associated Press, and claimed he was only attempt to hug the Kardashian sister. "I didn't mean any harm to Kim and went for a hug. Hope she is OK and Kimye won't be mad at me," he wrote in his message.

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Kim, Kanye and their daughter North West at the Paris Fashion Week

This isn't the first time the 25 year-old prankster has attempted to get close to an A-List star, he has garnered a reputation for outlandish behaviour at red carpet events in Los Angeles, Cannes and Moscow.

In May, Sediuk was arrested for jumping the barrier at the premiere of Disney's 'Maleficent' in an attempt to hug Brad Pitt. As a result, An LA judge ordered him to stay away from all award shows, entertainment events and red carpets. Sediuk was also handed a $200 fine, 20 days of community service and sentenced him to 36 months of summary probation.