Safe to say Gloria Allred was unmoved by Kanye West's visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live. The famed victims' rights attorney is calling the rapper out as a shameful disgrace.
After 'Ye threatened the paparazzi during his epic late night rant, strongly implying that he'll keep using force if he deems it necessary, Gloria was fuming.
Allred is representing photographer Danny Ramos, the paparazzo who has sued the rapper alleging assault, battery, negligence and violation of civil rights.
Kanye claimed self-defense in that LAX airport altercation, but Allred isn't buying it, and cites remarks by Kanye on Jimmy Kimmel as further proof of her point:
“Mr. West made it clear that he thinks he has the right to attack anyone that antagonizes him by asking him a question he does not like. He thinks that paparazzi are fair game."
“In his televised appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel show he sent a message that anyone that crosses him is not safe and that no one should forget that he is from Chicago."
“We have a message to you Mr. West in response. You will be held accountable for your actions both in the criminal justice system and in the civil justice system."
“Your remarks are shameful and add further insult to the injuries that you inflicted upon my client. You say that you bring ‘joy to the world’. I say you disgrace your profession."
Allred said that the volatile Kim Kardashian beau brings "shame to your hometown of Chicago when you make reference to being from Chicago as some sort of threat.”
Ouch. Sounds like someone's gearing up for a right.
Unless he settles out of court beforehand, Kanye is scheduled to be arraigned on criminal battery charges November 7. Watch the star's comments in question below …