Kim Kardashian Makes a Major Twitter Faux Pas

Kim Kardashian is one of the most followed celebrities on Twitter and last night her tweets from an airplane caused a bit of a stir on the social networking website. Kardashian, 29, star of the reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians, told followers that she was seated next to an Air Marshal on a flight from New York to Los Angeles. Kardashian wrote (her Twitter name is @kimkardashian), "I'm on the wifi! I am sitting next to an Air Marshall! Jim the air marshall makes me feel safe!"

Kardashian's three million plus followers quickly pointed out to the star that it could possibly be unsafe for other passengers to have the Air Marshal's identity revealed. She responded via tweet, "RELAX I just told u guys the Air Marshall is sitting next to me, highly doubt anyone is twittering like me on this flight! shhh" and later wrote, "Air Marshall's are supposed to keep their identity concealed. He did! I am just a private eye & assumed, so I asked him & he was honest!"

Perhaps realizing the error of her ways, Kardashian followed up with a final, "OK I hope I don't get in trouble...logging off now! xo" Kardashian has not yet brought up last night's incident today on Twitter, as her first tweet of the day read, "Ok now that I'm home I got up early and worked out! Feels good! Also starting a low carb diet!"

Besides the Twitter blunder, Kardashian had a busy week, which included debuting her first perfume called Voluptuous, and premiering her (along with sisters Khloe Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian) new line of clothing for Bebe at New York's Fashion Week.

Plus: Kim Kardashian Sells Clothes for Haiti Relief

Do you think Kardashian made a mistake by tweeting the Air Marshal's identity? Chime in below!

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