Kim Kardashian tells of 'life-changing' Paris robbery ordeal

Khloe Kardashian left and Kim Kardashian on E!'s

On seeing unusual men in the hallway, she tried to call for help when a thief entered and snatched her phone.

The reality TV star remembers being home in the hotel while her sisters Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner were out, accompanied by the family body guard Pascal Duvier.

She posted a series of messages on Twitter explaining why she wanted to open up about the terrifying experience last October.

From US Weekly (by way of FHM) we have an eye-opening estimate of just how much Kim or any of her sisters could pull in just for posting a carefully-posed selfie containing a brand's label.

Earlier on Sunday, French newspaper Le Monde released excerpts reportedly taken from Kardashian West's February testimony about the robbery.

As fans of Keeping Up with the Kardashians already know, Scott has been waging war against his baby mama, and now he has chose to rub his good relationship with his mother-in-law in Kourtney's face.


Kim Kardashian West feared her attackers were terrorists.

Kim Kardashian West admitted that watching Sunday's episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, which will address her October robbery in Paris, is going to be hard.

"I turned towards the caretaker to ask him if we were going to die and to tell them not to kill us (...)". I thought it was you [Kourtney] and Stephanie (Sheppard, Kim's assistant), drunk.

The Selfish author added that she was suspicious of Michael Madar and his brother Gary, who both worked for the limousine company that had driven Kim and her husband, Kanye West, in Paris for years. "They were aggressive. I thought they were terrorists who had come to kidnap me". "My heart started to get really tense", Kardashian says. "So I slid off my bed and picked up my phone and I'm like "I don't know how to call 911 in a different country".

It was then that she saw two men holding down another in police uniform.

Kim tends to stick to brands that she has equity in, such as her Kimoji range of emojis and LuMee light-up phone cases.

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