The creator of a petition trying to get Kim Kardashian and her family removed from E! has been receiving death threats.
The "No More Kardashian" petition asking E! to quit keeping up with the Kardashians has gotten over 100,000 signatures now, but it definitely doesn't have everyone's support.
In fact, some Kardashian fans have been krazy enough to launch death threats at 41-year-old Cyndy Snider, the woman behind the petition. So it seems that Kardashian fans are taking a page from Beliebers in order to fight the Kardashian boycott currently going on.
Sadly celebrity-related death threats are getting more common these daysÂ—the anonymity of the Internet makes it possible for people to threaten the lives of others without having to worry too much about repercussions. However, the Kim Kardashian fans making the death threats might want to watch out; earlier this month, police did investigate one Justin Bieber fan who made death threats against his ex Caitlin Beadles on Tumblr.
But Cyndy Snider isn't the only one going through a tough time after going after Kim Kardashian. Jonathan Jaxson, a man who claimed to be Kim's former publicist, posted a bunch of suicidal tweets Wednesday night. Jaxson has been promoting a book and making headlines for his claims that Kim's wedding was a sham, but Kim tried to put the kibosh on his moneymaking scheme by suing him for breach of contract. Luckily a friend got Jaxson help after reading his suicidal tweets about how he can't win his battle against Kim, but it kind of sounds like he might have been receiving from pretty bad threats himself.
So what do you think of all this Kardashian kraziness? Is Cyndy's petition going to lead to an all-out war between Kim's fans and her haters, or will all of this ridiculous tension die down soon? Sound off in the comments!