Fourth Estate Staff
Paris, Paris, France (4E) - Kim Kardashian has been in Paris for the past days for the Paris Fashion Week but the jovial mood turned into fear after she was held at gunpoint inside her hotel room.
The incident reportedly took place on Sunday evening and two armed men dressed up as police officials went inside. They were reportedly wearing masks and went inside her hotel room. The incident left the mother-of-two fearing for her life and shocked. Fortunately, she was not physically harmed or injured.
Accordingly, several million dollars were stolen from Kardashian in the form of jewelries . No other details are available this time as Paris police officials have declined to comment on the matter. Police officials were deployed to the hotel room of Kardashian and are guarding the doors on Monday morning, authorities have confirmed.
Kardashian has not posted about the incident on her social media accounts. Before she was held at gunpoint, the wife of Kanye West attended the Givenchy fashion show with her mother Kris Jenner and her sister Kourtney . After that, she attended a private dinner hosted by the fashion designer named Azzedine Alaïa . She and Kourtney left the party at midnight.
The robbing incident came days after Kardashian was almost tackled by Paris' notorious celebrity attacker, Vitalii Sediuk . Security surrounding Kardashian stopped him from kissing the behind of the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" reality star as Sediuk was tackled to the ground. Days before that, Gigi Hadid was picked up by Sediuk after she modeled for a runway show in Paris.
According to reports, Kanye West stopped his performance after hearing of the news. He apologized to the crowd and said he had to leave due to a family emergency. He said, "I'm sorry, there's been a family emergency. I have to stop the show."
Concertgoers took to Twitter to post videos of West leaving and questioned if it was true or not. He was performing at a music and arts festival called The Meadows.
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