Kim Kardashian Speaks Out Against Prank Call Incident: 'Swatting' Is 'Not A Joke!'

Kim Kardashian arrives for 'The Late Show with David Letterman' at Ed Sullivan Theater on January 16, 2013 Kim Kardashian arrives for 'The Late Show with David Letterman' at Ed Sullivan Theater on January 16, 2013

The Kardashian-Jenner clan became the latest victim of celebrity “swatting” on Friday afternoon after a prank caller told 911 operators there had been a shooting at the Jenner compound — and Kim Kardashian is none too pleased with the hoax.

“Just got a call from my mom telling me about this prank call that someone was shot in their home & 15 swat team & 3 helicopters showed up!” the mom-to-be Tweeted on Friday night.

“These prank calls are NOT funny! People can get arrested for this!” she added. “I hope they find out who is behind this. It’s dangerous & not a joke!”

Kim’s 17-year-old half-sister, Kendall Jenner, also took to Twitter to voice her frustration over the incident, Tweeting, “I love it when 8 police officers show up at my door and 10 cop cars are outside my house. Just another casual Friday evening at the Jenner household. #nbd #EveryonesOk”

The young reality starlet also shared a photo collage of police cars, a circling helicopter and dad Bruce Jenner posing with law enforcement officials inside their home, writing, “Kids are really stupid. you know you can get arrested for something like this? #pointless lol”

Among the recent rash of celebrity victims of “swatting” (falsely reporting an emergency in an attempt to needlessly rush multiple officers – namely SWAT teams – to a home) are Tom Cruise, Justin Bieber, Ashton Kutcher, Miley Cyrus and Simon Cowell.

-- Erin O’Sullivan

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