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Kim Kardashian Relives Paris Robbery Horror On ‘KUWTK’: ‘This Is It’
2017-03-20 17:01:43
Kim Kardashian is revealing new details of her terrifying Paris robbery last year, telling sisters Khloe and Kourtney exactly what happened that fateful night. In a preview clip for Sunday’s upcoming episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, the reality star recalled the moment she knew something was wrong in her No Address Hotel room on October 3. Kimye In Crisis! Kanye ‘Desperate’ To Save Marriage After Kim’s Robbery Meltdown “My heart started to get really tense. Like, you know your stomach just kind of like knots up and you’re like okay, what’s going on?” she said. “I knew something wasn’t quite right.” “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,” Kim continued. “And so I called [my bodyguard] Pascal and then the guy came and grabbed the phone from me, threw me on the bed and I was like this is it.” As reported, the KUWTK star lost millions of dollars in jewelry, including her hefty $4.5 million engagement ring from husband Kanye West. PHOTOS: Tied Up & ‘Terrified!’ 10 Shocking New Details Of Kim’s Robbery Nightmare Exposed Sources say five masked men dressed as police officers were on the scene. Two of the robbers entered Kim’s room, tied up her hands and feet with tape and locked her in the bathroom before stealing a box containing her jewelry items. Kardashian’s police statement was leaked in January, revealing that the mother-of-two was naked underneath her bathrobe when masked men grabbed her inside the Parisian pad. PHOTOS: Monster Momager! Secret Kim Sex Tape Negotiations EXPOSED As Radar readers know, the reality star was forced to relive her horror after sister Kendall Jenner was robbed of $200,000 worth of jewelry this week.

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