Accustomed to attracting the eye of photographers during the various events in which she participates, Kim Kardashian once again stood out during her visit to the red carpet of the Met Gala 2022. On this occasion, the reality TV star stole the show from the other celebrities present in New York that evening, by sporting a highly symbolic outfit. Accompanied by comedian Pete Davidson, who now shares her life, Kim Kardashian wore the iconic dress of Marilyn Monroe. For the record, the Hollywood legend was dressed in this same outfit when she sang “Happy Birthday Mister President” to John F. Kennedy.

As a reminder, Kim Kardashian had sparked controversy by explaining that she had to stop eating carbohydrates for several weeks in order to fit into this famous dress. In total, the reality TV star had lost no less than 7 kilos to ensure that her morphology was similar to that of Marilyn Monroe. However, several weeks after her visit to the Met Gala, Kim Kardashian now finds herself accused of having ruined Marilyn Monroe’s dress. The people in charge of a private collection of objects and clothes that belonged to the actress expressed their anger on Instagram, posting photos of the outfit in “before/after” mode. “Just in case you missed it…Some crystals are missing. Others are hanging by a thread,” they captioned the post.

Marilyn Monroe’s Damaged Dress: Kim Kardashian Hasn’t Reacted Yet

“The dress was never left alone with Kim. There was always a representative from Ripley’s. We always made sure that whenever we felt the dress was in danger of tearing or we felt unwell comfortable with anything, we had the ability to say we didn’t want to continue,” the same officials also told Slate. “Now she’s screwed. I saw her with my own eyes, it’s screwed. Kim, you stole an element of our culture”, wrote for his part a fan of the outfit in question on social networks . For her part, Kim Kardashian has not yet reacted to the accusations against her.

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