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Kim Kardashian had problems at Vienna Opera Ball, other than a bad date

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When Kim Kardashian agreed to be Richard Lugner’s date, at the Vienna annual Opera Ball, she actually showed up. The 81- year-old, building tycoon paid $500,000 for the privilege to have Kim for his date. However, things seemed to go wrong for Kim, according to TMZ, Feb, 27, 2014.

While Kim was having her picture taken with Richard, another guy, who was working the ball, approached her. This person was in black face, and he did his best Kanye West impression. Kim walked away from the man. In spite of that, she stayed another 90 minutes as Richard’s companion.

Richard began complaining that Kim wasn’t keeping to the schedule. Kim did leave for a while to do some filming for her TV reality show, “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” Richard made sure that everyone knew that Kim stood him up.

Kim and Richard were supposed to be on the dance floor at 11:45 p.m., but Kim refused. She had her mother Kris Jenner dance with him, giving the excuse that she would rather watch the dancing and not participate.

While Kim was at the Opera Ball, someone else asked her to dance. After politely refusing him, the man responded, he would dance with her if the orchestra played "N****rs in Vienna."

TMZ reports that some problems at the Opera Ball were caught on tape during the filming of “KUWTK.” Richard allegedly became aggressive. He wanted some alone time with his paid date of the evening.

Maybe Kim will think twice before she accepts money to be someone's date for the evening.


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