Kylie & Kendall Jenner Attacked in Australia? Woman Throws Eggs on Sisters

Kylie and Kendall Jenner have been spared from some eggs thrown on stage at a mall in Sydney, Australia where they are about to make an appearance.

According to E! News, the Jenner sisters were set to promote their exclusive new clothing line at Westfield Parramatta mall when a 25-year-old woman started throwing eggs on the stage.

A spokesperson for the New South Wales police told E! News that the woman has been arrested.

“She was charged with three counts of assaulting a police officer. The police officers were trying to arrest her and she resisted. The woman was also charged with behaving in an offense manner,” NSW police said.

The police spokesperson added that the woman, who was among the thousands of people attending the mall event, threw the eggs from the upper level of the shopping center. Fortunately, the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” stars were not on stage at the time.

Kylie later tweeted:

Sydney Morning Herald reported that after the incident, the Jenner sisters stepped on stage – almost 30 minutes behind their scheduled appearance.

SMH added to avoid further egg-throwing incident, Kylie and Kendall’s bodyguard ordered the mall security staff to hang a protective white curtain over the stage area and also provided two large umbrellas on stage in case someone throw anything again.

E! News said there was also a mention of tomatoes but police could only confirm the eggs.

The alleged egg-throwing woman has since been released from police custody but she will face local court on Dec. 14.

Meanwhile, SMH reported that Kendall and Kylie were scheduled to do a question and answer session but instead they decided to meet and greet more fans.

SMH quoted Jenners’ bodyguard Pascal Duvier as saying: “Unfortunately their schedule is very packed during their time in Australia and the delay we had due to the egg thrower didn’t help to accommodate all the fans … I know some fans expected more time but instead of just getting 50 through we were able to accommodate 250 fans.”

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