DANG: Kim K’s Bro just Compared her to the Psycho B*tch in ‘Gone Girl’

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Tell us how you really feel Rob.

While Kim Kardashian was presumably out brunching with her gal pals or shopping up a storm with husband Kanye West, her little brother Rob chose to spend his Sunday going decidedly off-script and throwing serious shade at big sis, posting an image to his Instagram from the tail end of the movie Gone Girl featuring Rosamund Pike in a blood-spattered négligée (the blood, of course, belonging to poor Neil Patrick Harris) with the caption: “This is my sister kim, the bitch from Gone Girl…”

Of course, comparing Kim to Pike’s Amazing Amy is far from flattering, since Pike’s Gone Girl character fakes her own death, pins it on her two-timing husband (Ben Affleck), brutally murders her ex-boyfriend Desi (Harris) by slitting his throat, and then claims she was the one victimized throughout the whole sordid ordeal, trapping her hubby in a PR-infused marriage.

It’s not clear what Kim’s done to her 28-year-old little brother to deserve the vitriol, but Rob has not been seen in public in several months and has chosen to publicly distance himself from the family’s lucrative reality series Keeping Up With the Kardashians—which recently inked a reported four-year extension with E! for $100 million.
“I just feel, especially over the last year, Rob has become very introverted and has a kind of social anxiety,” big sis Khloe Kardashian told Wonderwall recently. “He’s definitely not at his happiest place that he once was, and I know he can get to that happy place and he will.”

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Last May, TMZ reported that Rob was “in tears” after bowing out of Kim’s lavish wedding in Florence following what it claims was “major family drama.” He then proceeded to delete all his tweets.

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