Rob Kardashian Accused|of Assaulting Paparazzo

     (CN) – Rob Kardashian “violently attacked” a paparazzo half his size and stole her camera’s memory card after she snapped photos of him shirtless in a gym parking lot, the photographer claims in court.
     Kassandra Perez, who goes by Andra Viak, says she spotted Kim Kardashian’s brother on March 28 “walking shirtless down the parking ramp” at a local gym and began taking pictures.
     “Upon noticing that his picture was being taken, Kardashian quickly put on a t-shirt, looked to each side and then suddenly and unexpectedly ran towards plaintiff’s vehicle,” the paparazzo claims in Los Angeles Superior Court.
     She says the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” sibling “maliciously ran at [her], reached through [her] car window and attacked [her] in order to wrestle [her] camera out of her hands and steal the memory card from her camera.”
     “With his significant size advantage, Kardashian was able to wrestle the camera away from Viak through the use of force and he immediately began looking through the camera photos,” Viak claims.
     She says she was “in complete and utter shock” and offered to delete the photos she’d taken of him, but Kardashian refused to hand back her camera.
     Viak then offered to let him delete the photos himself, but he instead “removed the camera’s memory card, threw the camera back at [Viak] and left with Viak’s memory card stating, ‘I’ll pay you when I see you,'” according to the lawsuit.
     Viak describes herself as a 5-foot 6-inch woman weighing 125 pounds, and estimates that Kardashian is “at least” 5 feet 10 inches and weighs about 240 pounds.
     “As a result of Kardashian’s violent use of force, plaintiff was struck in the face and suffered severe contusions on her arm and chest, as well as damage to her property,” the lawsuit states.
     The photographer is suing Kardashian for assault, battery, infliction of emotional distress, negligence and conversion. Her attorney is George Gallegos in Monterey Park, Calif.

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