Kim Kardashian-West has hit out at claims she purchased the sickening bloodstained shirt which was allegedly worn by US President John F. Kennedy during his assassination.
It was reported that Kim purchased the alleged shirt for her daughter, North West after it emerged she treated her daughter to Michael Jackson memorabilia.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashian's star took part in a bidding war for the controversial singers memorable jewel-adorned black jacket and his Smooth Criminal hat from Julien's Auction House.
It's believed that Kim paid £49,986 for the jacket which was worn by Michael Jackson to Elizabeth Taylor's 65th birthday and the 50th Annual Cannes Film Festival.
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Allegedly, the famous fedora hat set the businesswoman back a staggering £42,845.
Kim, who is currently training to be a lawyer, following in her dad's footsteps was shocked to see US media reporting that she purchased the shirt.
Refinery29 published an article, alleging that Kim made the disturbing purchase based on a fake Instagram post, which showed a picture of a bloodstained shirt alongside the caption: "Along with the Michael Jackson's jacket and hat, North also got the shirt John F. Kennedy wore when he was assassinated."
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The image had been faked, using Kim's Instagram story header and made to look as though the legend had shared it herself.
Sharing with her 62.7million Twitter followers, Kim quoted a tweet which read: "I AM SCREAMING someone tweeted as a joke that Kim Kardashian gifted North JFK's bloody shirt and Refinery29 wrote about it as if it were true????"
In shock, Kanye West's wife replied: "WOW this is obviously fake! @Refinery29 I did not get JFK's shirt.
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"This is a sick joke that someone tweeted as a fake ig that I never posted."
The shocking article read: "The visual of the shirt posted on her stories is jarring – and raises questions about why anyone would give a child something so violent."
Refinery29 have since edited their article and removed mentions of the purchase.
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