The gravity of the Kardashian incident does not seem real to many cynics, because nothing about her life -- as it has been presented, in detail, to the public -- seems like uncalculated truth.
In the same news cycle, we learned that Kim Kardashian-West was tied up and robbed at gunpoint while alone in a residence in Paris, and that the first reaction on social media was to point and laugh. Now, why on earth would a woman want to keep her head below the parapet?
French police say masked men dressed as police broke into apartment of reality TV star and tied her up
The reality TV star built her career with the knowledge that being a women in the public eye means either you profit from your exposure, or someone else does
'I don’t think you should dress like you weigh 120 pounds,' says the Republican presidential candidate
The reality TV star was approached by the notorious prankster who accosted Gigi Hadid in the street in Milan
'Advocating the denial of a genocide by the country responsible for it - that’s not publishing a ‘provocative viewpoint’ that’s spreading lies,' says the reality TV star
'After this many years, I've really learned to live with it,' says the reality TV star
Hoping for a less stormy week ahead, perhaps?
'Touch wood it lasts a little bit so people can come have their fun with it and pay respects to our fallen sweet princess Tay'
Social media is becoming a new way of challenging perceptions of a celebrity and the personal brands they have worked so hard to construct
George Bush and Chris Brown have responded to West's controversial video of famous naked people
Fashion deal is second this week by Middle Eastern investors
They should have spoken to PAPER, the magazine that hosted Kim Kardashian's naked bum picture. The publication installed four front end servers and an extra server to share a filesystem between them for the big event. One IT upgrade wouldn’t have hurt the government website
'I love women who have claimed their own bodies,' says Mirren