A woman was arrested after she allegedly threatened death to the Kardashian family and held employees at their Los Angeles clothing boutique at gunpoint before dashing out the door.
In a freaky incident, an agitated woman brandishing a machete recently threatened to kill the "Kardashians" outside their store.
The woman can also be heard yelling: "The Kardashians will be executed if they step on Communist territory!"
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After brandishing her gun at petrified staff, the woman is then alleged to have ranted about Cuba - where the Kardashians took a family trip a year ago for their reality series - and knocked merchandise off of the counter.
She later returned with a machete and began ranting outside the store, which was filmed by local TV crews.
In a freakish incident at the DASH store on Melrose Avenue, a woman held an employee at gunpoint while making threats against the Kardashians. She shouted back, "Do you want to f--g get stabbed?"
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He explained how the woman had knocked items off shelves and pointed the gun at an employee before walking out.
She returned almost two hours later and began yelling about Cuba again before wedging a machete into the front door of the store, witnesses said. They'll be fucking killed!' Detectives went to her home and arrested her in LA on the night of the 21st of September. The two incidents come nearly a year after Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in Paris.
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