Calum McSwiggan is adamant that he's not faking his alleged attack.
"I went to the police and now apparently I'm a criminal."
However, the police have revealed that they have video
[Image via Calum McSwiggan/Instagram.]
Love her or hate her, Kim Kardashian listens to her followers!
And Friday, she made sure everyone keeping up with her Twitter account read an apology she wrote following her comments on the Israel-Palestine conflict.
After tweeting "praying for everyone in Israel," and "praying for everyone in Palestine and across the world," she deleted both tweets (the second of which was only tweeted after the first one caused controversy).
"I want to own up to and explain that earlier today I sent out two tweets about saying prayers for the people in Palestine and Israel and after hearing from my followers, I decided to take down the tweets because I realized that some people were offended and hurt by what I said, and for that I apologize."
"I should have pointed out my intentions behind these tweets when I posted them. The fact is that regardless of religion and political beliefs, there are countless innocent people involved who didnt choose this, and I pray for all of them and also for a resolution. I also pray for all the other people around the world who are caught in similar crossfires."
So basically, she wasn't trying to take sides. Clearly she had just heard of the recent bombings and thought of the innocent lives being caught in the politics of war.
Kimmy is no saint, and she'll be the first to tell you.
But she's definitely not gonna take sides in a political battle, either. It would hurt her fame, LOL!
[Image via WENN.]