Kim Kardashian jetted out out Paris yesterday and landed in NYC after a scary robbery in Paris. The social media maven has been silent so far on the incident, but she was seen landing at Teterboro Airport where she was picked up by husband, Kanye West and from there they headed back to their Tribeca apartment in NYC. There was a ton of extra security surrounding the star.
Kim was held at gunpoint by 2 masked men dressed with French police markings, but there were 5 men in total. The men first threatened the concierge with a weapon and then handcuffed him and forced him to open Kanye’s apartment at the hotel where Kim has been staying. Two of the men were able to gain entry to Kim’s room.
Kim was ‘Hysterical’
Kim was understandably ‘hysterical’ after the robbery. “Kim was terrified,” a source told People. “She was just hysterical when she talked to Kanye. He said she was really upset and it took him a few seconds to understand what she was saying to him. He wanted to get to her as soon as he could. He told her that he couldn’t care less about the jewelry; he’s just thankful that she’s okay.”
She has a gun pointed at her before being gagged and bound and placed in a bathroom. According to E!News, Kim begged for her life. “She begged for them to let her live and [said] she has babies at home. Then they wrapped her mouth in tape and put her in the bathtub.She thought they were for sure going to kill her.”She was physically unhurt, but is ‘shaken’ according to her Rep, but the thieves took off with about $10 million in jewelry one of Kim’s rings worth an estimated $4.49 million, and a jewelry box, worth about $5.6 million. And two cell phones and 1,000 euros were stolen.
Where was Pascal?
Kim’s bodyguard Pascal Duvier may have been with two other Kardashian sisters at the time of the robbery—Kourtney and Kendall as they partied in Paris—while Kim was at her hotel room.
The mayor of Paris tweeted has since tweeted about the robbery. “This very rare act occurred in a private space and does not in any way call into question the work of the police and the security of the public space.”
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