She’s said to be seeking a restraining order against serial prankster Vitalii Sediuk after he attempted to manhandle her for the second time in Paris on Wednesday.
But despite the terrible ordeal Kim Kardashian proved it was business as usual as she returned to her saucy ways on Instagram just hours later.
The 35-year-old shared a topless photo of herself on Wednesday amid Paris Fashion week with the caption: ‘Parisian vibes’.
In the Instagram photo she wears high waisted lingerie panties and acid wash denim trousers as she cups her sizable bosom in her hands.
Perhaps the prank attack was old news to Kim, who two years ago was ambushed by the same man Vitalii at Paris Fashion Week.
A second incident occurred this week as she was walking down the street after leaving the Balmain offices when Vitalii slipped past security and tried to tackle her – appearing to try to kiss her famous behind.
Luckily he was stopped before reaching the TV superstar and was pinned to the ground by her bodyguards.
The incident comes exactly two years since Sediuk caused havoc by trying to grab Kim as she arrived for the same brand’s presentation in 2014.
But it seems Kim will not be the victim of a third attack as TMZ reports she is filing a police report and seeking a restraining order against the Ukrainian former TV presenter.
MailOnline have contacted a representative for Kim for comment.
Sediuk came just inches away from grappling Kim to the ground as he ran and tried to grab her legs before her assistant Stephanie Sheppard and a minder sprung into action.
He was then pinned to the ground by one burly bodyguard and tried to cover his face as the attention turned on him.
Kim seemed oblivious to the chaos unfolding around her until the last second, and looked shaken as she was dragged away by the rest of her entourage.
Afterwards Kim – who has who has three-year-old daughter North and nine-month-old son Saint with husband Kanye West – told TMZ: #My security’s a G.’
It also comes just a week after the 27-year-old was elbowed in the face by supermodel Gigi Hadid after he lifted her up on the street during Milan Fashion Week.
She said after the attack: ‘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.’