Kim Kardashian Paris Robbery Will Cost $10,000 Per Day To Kanye West

Kim Kardashian has immediately flew back to New York following the controversial Kim Kardashian Paris robbery incident earlier this week.

Kim Kardashian Paris Robbery

Two of the five-man robbery group, each members of which were dressed as police officers with masks during the incident, had robbed and held Kim Kardashian at gunpoint in her luxurious private apartment. They remain at large after being able to escape on bikes.

Accordingly, five armed men have threatened the apartment concierge to open Kim Kardashian’s unit, leading to the million-dollar Kim Kardashian Paris robbery.

The suspects have stolen pieces of jewelry worth approximately $10.10 million and two phones. The French Interior Ministry has nonetheless assured that no shots had been fired during the robbery and that no one had been hurt.

Kardashians in Paris

Kim Kardashian was in Paris with Kris Jenner, her mother, and Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner, her sisters, for the Paris Fashion Week.


Prior to the unfortunate incident, the Kardashians have constantly been reminding Kylie Jenner to not post on her social media accounts any information about their whereabouts or anything that might give away their locations easily since it can compromise their safety as public figures.

“She’s one of the most followed people on Snapchat, which shows your location instantly. It’s not safe,” warned the older Kardashian.

Khloe Kardashian has even joked about holding Kylie Jenner at gunpoint to teach her a lesson or two about the importance of carefully filtering what must and must not be shared online.

Anne Hidalgo, Paris City Mayor, has reiterated that the security of the facility must not be put into question following a rare case of robbery.

Meanwhile, the Kardashians have kept mum about the Kim Kardashian Paris robbery incident in public, an act which the bashers have taken against the famous, influential family.

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