Kim Kardashian Paris Robbery Costume Pulled From Website After Backlash
The bosses of an online costume site have pulled a Halloween Kim Kardashian Paris robbery kit following backlash from the public.
The costume, which includes a gag, rope, fake diamond ring, robe, black wig and sunglasses, was offered up for sale by Costumeish.com over the weekend, but founder Johnathon Weeks has since pulled the offensive item.
The Parisian Robbery Victim costume was yanked from the site on Tuesday, becoming the first item removed from the online store, and Weeks has promised to refund the six people who ordered the outfit, according to TMZ.com.
Reality TV star Kim was bound, gagged and robbed at gunpoint during a raid on her Paris apartment earlier this month. On Tuesday, she launched a lawsuit against the bosses on an online news site, who suggested she had made up the incident.