Kim Kardashian’s police report has been leaked and it outlines the horrific details of the robbery the reality TV star endured in Paris last year which left her “absolutely traumatized.”
The French newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche released details of the robbery which saw an estimated $11.2 million in jewellery being taken from Kardashian’s hotel room.
The mum of two was staying at the “No Address Hotel” with her sister Kourtney Kardashian, and members of her entourage during Paris Fashion Week last year in October.
“I heard a noise at the door, like footsteps, and I shouted to ask who was there. No one answered,” Kardashian says in the report. “I called for my bodyguard at 2:56 a.m.”
Her bodyguard, Pascal Duvier, was with Kourtney at the time, who left to meet up with their younger sister, Kendall Jenner.
“I saw two men coming who were hooded, plus the hotel receptionist who was strapped; one had a ski mask and a cap and jacket with ‘Police’ written on it and one had ski goggles. He snatched my Blackberry,” she continues.
“He asked for my ring in a strong French accent. It was placed on the bedside table and cost $4 million. He took out a gun and pointed it at me. He took the ring and asked for the jewels and money.”
“I was wearing a bathrobe, naked underneath,” she says. “They pushed me on the bed and strapped me with plastic cables, taping my hands, mouth and legs. They carried me into the bathroom, more specifically, the bathtub.”
The 36 year old also added that there was more jewellery stolen from her handbag which included two Cartier bracelets, a Jacob gold and diamond necklace, Lorraine Schwartz diamond earrings and a gold Rolex estimated to be worth $5 million.
“Then they left, running. I removed the tape from my hands and mouth and the plastic. I realized they were a bit young because of the way they strapped me,” Kardashian says.
Authorities have confirmed that 10 suspects are facing criminal charges including armed robbery, kidnapping, weapon possession, use of false identity and criminal association. All suspects are currently in custody.
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