Guards: It will be easier to break into the White House.
If you picked this weekend to reenact your favorite scene from The Wedding Crashers, think again. The Kardashian clan, undoubtedly prompted by momager Kris Jenner, have put the major lock-down on the hotel, grounds and any other locality that has been taken over for the wedding of the century. The Kardashian security team has been told to treat the event "as if it was the White House," and take any measures necessary to keep uninvited guests out.
TMZ reports that party crashers are being treated as a serious threat, and security will be constantly patrolling the grounds at the Montecito estate by land, and by air. Roaming choppers will keep an eagle-eye out for unwanted interlopers. Further, the majority of the wedding festivities will take place either indoors or under tents.
Why all the fuss? It's not due to threats on Kim and Co.'s lives or anything — the Kardashians are primarily interested in protecting their wallets by keeping out paparazzi, who could leak photos from the big event to the media and sabotage that mega-million contract with People magazine.
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