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Kim Kardashian’s BFF Gets Flour Bombed By Kris Humphries Fan

By Debbie EmeryRadar Reporter

Someone wasn’t in the Christmas spirit when reality star Jonathan Cheban tried to take New York last weekend.

Kim Kardashian‘s best pal was shocked when a mystery assailant threw a flour bomb at his face, while screaming, “This is for Kris Humphries!” and RadarOnline.com has an exclusive photo of the aftermath of the attack.

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Cheban was at the Kardashian-owned Dash boutique to launch the JC for Rich Rocks Jewlery line in Manhattan when the kitchen-inspired attack occurred.

In the picture taken immediately after the surprise assault, the Kim and Kourtney Take New York co-star can be seen sitting somberly in the back seat of a car with his black denim jacket and jeans covered in white flour.

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There’s no love lost between The Spin Crowd star and Kim’s NBA ex – and the rift runs deeper than just flour bombs.

As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, Cheban is considering filing a $5 million lawsuit against Humphries because he called him gay.

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“Jonathan was offended,” a pal close to Cheban told RadarOnline.com. “He is not gay and Kris’ comments were derogatory, a slur against his character and given it’s being broadcast on a program that airs internationally, it has the potential to cause serious damage to Jonathan’s reputation.”

It’s understood Humphries used Kourtney & Kim Take New York to accuse Cheban of being homosexual because he had never hooked up with the reality star during their long-time friendship.

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