A book about the torture and murder of Kim Kardashian is to be made into a film

Erm, this is not okay.

It has been reported that a book depicting the torture and murder of reality star Kim Kardashian is set to be turned into a Hollywood movie, with the author penning the book as “revenge” for the Kardashians “ruining TV”.

We might smell a lawsuit…

Calm down, love, why not just change the channel?

Kim and her hugely famous family are the subject of a new book by John Jetsyn Tache and now it is apparently set to hit the big screen.

Talking to the Daily Star, Tache explained: “There are people in Hollywood who are livid at what has happened to the industry thanks to reality TV. The Kardashians are killing the dramas, so they need to be killed.”

Tache has had enough of the Kardashians.

Tache also insisted that he wrote the book six months before Kim was robbed at gunpoint in her Paris hotel room, with the mother-of-two since revealing that she feared for her life when masked men broke into the apartment and held a gun to her head.

Despite Kim’s ordeal, the author claims that he has no reason to feel guilty and that his book is not “insensitive”, adding to the publication: “Do I feel bad for Kim that she has to relive the hostage scenario in the book? Of course not.”

According to the Daily Star, the book opens with Kim hanging from chains in a desert bunker whilst her husband, Kanye West, is tied to a chair.

Kim and Kanye have two young children.

As well as brutal torture scenes, the books sees all of Kim’s family get killed off in grisly ways, with Tache claiming that “several” Hollywood movie studios are fighting over the rights to turn the book into a film… Even though it is not yet on sale.

Something tells us that this movie might have more than a couple of lawsuits stopping it from hitting our screens.

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