Kim Kardashian Agrees That Her Anorexia Comment Controversy Was "Insensitive"

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Kim Kardashian has expressed her regret over jokes she and her sisters made which seemingly glorified eating disorders.

On Tuesday, Kim Kardashian revealed that she is a part owner of her husband Kanye West's Yeezy clothing and sneaker brand, Complex points out.

Kim and her sisters immediately copped a whole lotta hate from social media for making light of anorexia.

Now the 37 year old has finally addressed the remarks in a new interview on model Ashley Graham's podcast, Pretty Big Deal.

The Revenge Body host also added a caption where she gives fans words of encouragement. "I have experienced it enough to have, like, known better".

And Khloe also urged her followers to take the time to look after mental health just as much as physical wellbeing.

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"No, like, I'm really concerned, I don't think you're eating", Jenner said in one clip.

The reality star said in hindsight she does regret those comments. "I open the envelope and it's a million-dollar check and it was a note saying, 'Thank you for always supporting me and not posting, '" Kim said.

Celebrity website TMZ, which first reported the suit, says Duvier left the luxury residence, where Kardashian had been staying during Paris Fashion Week in October 2016, and followed two of her sisters to a nearby club.

Kim insisted that she was just really proud of herself, "I had spent an entire year working out with a bodybuilder, literally six days a week, lost 20 pounds, and it hasn't been easy". Like, don't you see me working out like every single day?

AIG bosses claim the breaches allowed masked gunmen to enter the hotel and make their way up to Kardashian's suite, where she was bound and gagged at gunpoint.

If you or someone you know is suffering from an eating disorder contact The Butterfly Foundation on 1800 046 698 or Lifeline on 13 11 14.

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