People for Ethical Treatment for Animals has offered to pay the legal fees of the mystery woman who flour bombed Kim Kardashian last week.
The animal rights group - which denies being involved in the red carpet attack - thinks the reality star would be ''shortsighted'' to press charges against the unidentified assailant, and are prepared to support her financially should she be taken to court over the March 22 incident.
A spokesperson for PETA told Celebuzz: ''We don't believe Kim would be so shortsighted as to go after this woman, but if she does, we'll definitely look at how to maximise exposure to the cruel fur industry, and that could mean defending the activist if she wishes.''
The group also urged the 31-year-old beauty - who was hit by cooking flour while promoting her new perfume at The London Hotel in West Hollywood - to ''enhance her image'' by donating her ''vulgar'' furs to the homeless.
The spokesperson added: ''PETA is not speculating about who floured Kim and unfortunately we can't say who sent us the video.
''How much better it would be if she decided to evolve and enhance her image by donating her vulgar furs and exotic-animal Skins to the homeless.''
While Kim had initially vowed to ''laugh off'' the attack, she later claimed the mystery flour bomber shouldn't be able to ''get away'' with what they had done.
Asked if she was planning on pressing charges he said: ''I am just going to think about it, because I don't want someone to think they can really get away with that. So we are going to handle that.''