Kim Kardashian was robbed in Paris of jewels worth 10 million dollars

- 10/05/2016
It was a scary moment when Kim Kardashian was robbed in Paris, but now her bodyguard has vowed to track down the men who robbed her at gunpoint.
Kim Kardashian robbed in Paris
The incident which took place in her private space, wouldn't have been possible, if not for the convincing deception enacted by the robbers.

The 35-year-old reality TV star went through a horrific ordeal on Monday when five thieves dressed as policemen robbed her at gunpoint in her apartment in Paris, during which they tied her hands with plastic handcuffs, duct taped her, and stole jewels worth more than $10million.

Her bodyguard Pascal Duvier - who was out with her sisters Kendall Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian - is adamant the culprits will be found.

This is what the furious bodyguard told MailOnline: "The events that occurred in Paris was one of the most sickening things I have seen or heard.
Kim Kardashian's bodyguard vows to catch robbers
"We have tips and leads and we will find you. That I promise messed with the wrong one."

 It appeared that Kim.K was stalked by the same men days before the robbery took place. Police sources have revealed Kim was tailed by two men in the days before the heist with the suspects - described as Caucasian and North African and having French accents - posing as a plain-clothes detective and a photographer to gain 'close surveillance' information ahead of the terrifying incident.

Bold and determined. One of the thieves had even tried to gain access to the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star's apartment within the exclusive Hotel Pourtales.

A source revealed: "Kim Kardashian was tailed for at least three days before the robbery.

"We know there was one man who pretended to be a photographer who followed the American celebrity on a motorbike to find out her whereabouts. Another man pretended to be a plain-clothed detective to try to get a seat next to her at the exclusive Ferdi restaurant on Thursday night.

"But both men were fakes. The photographer tried to listen in to the conversations by other snappers but he was challenged by the genuine ones.

When the staff at the Ferdi restaurant demanded to see the identification of the fake policeman, he fled the scene.

Not small-time crooks. Officers suspect the raid was carried out by a "sophisticated international criminal organisation".


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