Jenny McCarthy defended rapper Kanye West after he allegedly attacked a teenager who was insulting his fiancée Kim Kardashian on "The View".

The cohost explained on the Jan. 14 show she would never support violence, but understands why West would have a reported violent reaction, according Hollywood Life.

"I don't promote physical violence but I do have a boundaries," McCarthy said.  "If you're going to talk about my son, especially, you're going down."

One word, which particularly irks McCarthy, is "retarded."  "The View" cohost and autism awareness advocate explained people have called her son "retarded," and she's thrown "stuff at them."

"I've actually had people call Even retarded just to get a reaction from me, and I've found myself lunging at them," McCarthy said.

"I think it's completely uncalled for," She said, referring to the indent with Kardashian and West.  "He had every right to smack the crap out of him."

TMZ reports on Jan. 14 Kardashian's life was threatened by a random man as she waited to be seen by a doctor at a Beverly Hills medical building.

"Kim Kardashian was threatened with DEATH by the man who allegedly called her a "n****r lover"and she's filing a police report and wants the guy prosecuted for making criminal threats," TMZ reports.  "...The guy screamed at Kim, 'I WILL KILL YOU, SLUT' and that Kim believes is a crime."

The man reportedly called West and Kardashians many racial slurs by the unidentified victim and the rapper punched the man in the doctor's waiting room.  West is now a suspect in a criminal battery investigation.

"Whatever happens, it's not good for Kanye," TMZ reports.  "He's already facing battery charges for his LAX assault on a photog, and the L.A. City Attorney wants to use every confrontation to prove Kanye has an M.O.  This isn't going to help his cause."