Kim Kardashian and Scott Disick get weird letter
Kim Kardashian and Scott Disick received a really prestigious invite this week — to a library in New Jersey.
Kim Kardashian and Scott Disick might want to start ramping up their respective security details after they were sent a bizarre, handwritten letter promising "gigs" if they met the sender at a New Jersey library.
"I would like to meet you and Kim at Little Ferry Public Library [in New Jersey]," the sender writes in the Sept. 19 letter, which was delivered to Disick's NYC restaurant, RYU.
"The parking lot is in the back, on Redneck Road. Wells Fargo bank is next door. I will be there September 29, 2012, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.," the letter continues. "There is a table next to computers 7 and 8, or you can sit by the corner. You can wear sunglasses, or you can walk up to me with your glasses on and hand [me] this note. Then I will know, and we'll leave the library."
Why the clandestine meeting? It's for more "gigs," of course.
The letter also contains instructions for Kardashian.
"Kim, you know what I look like. I will be wearing a green and black shirt. You can wear all white. No makeup OK."
The letter was turned over the NYPD, according to PerezHilton.com. How have the pair reacted? No word, though we'd bet Kardashian freaked since she flipped out over fans stopping by her house in August 2011.
"I pride myself in being very open & available to my fans, but the one place I won't interact or tolerate people showing up to is my home," she tweeted after fans showed up at her gate. "I won't answer my gate & I don't find it appropriate. This is my personal space & my comfort zone & when that is violated, I have a problem."
She wasn't done scolding her fans.
"I luv 2 meet my fans, u mean the world 2 me but I please ask that u don't show up 2 my home. It scares me & I feel it violates my personal space," Kim added. "Security will be enforced 24hrs a day. Looks like I will be moving soon."
While we don't wish harm on the Kardashians, they have to realize this sort of stuff comes with a reality show and family, right? Guess not.