Kardashian, 25, was being videotaped by Freddy Hernandez, 43, while arguing with a woman identified as British pop singer Rita Ora, with whom he's been romantically linked. Kardashian, according to TMZ, then chased Hernandez into a smoke shop, where the photographer videotaped what the Miami New Times described as Miami Beach bicycle police entering and handcuffing Kardashian.
Hernandez can be heard on the tape pleading to police, "He tried to kill me," and telling Kardashian, "You got me running into traffic for no reason. You're crazy."
As the visibly agitated Kardashian protests, one officer repeatedly tells him, "Don't resist," as the video ends.
In a police report obtained by TMZ, Kardashian admitted he gave chase, but told police he never threatened Hernandez. After being allowed to explain himself in the back of a police car, TMZ said, Kardashian was released with no charges.
Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian said she might take legal action against the woman who threw flour on her at a fragrance launch in West Hollywood Thursday. Though she pressed no charges then and the woman was released, Kardashian told E! News over the weekend she had changed her mind. "Now that I think about it and had some time to digest it, I think, 'What if that was some other substance? What if that person had a dangerous weapon?' It's scary."