They made off with £200k worth of jewellery
Last night on Keeping Up With The Kardashians Kim Kardashian revealed terrifying details about the horrific ordeal she suffered in Paris last year. Kim was gagged and held at gunpoint while a group of men robbed her luxury apartment of nearly $10million worth of jewellery.
She has since opened up about the events on the reality TV show, explaining that she believes the men had been watching her and her group for their entire trip.
In a teaser video for season 13 episode 2, Kim can be heard explaining: "If you wait across the street you can see the lights on. We were the first floor and they must have been told we were the first floor. They must have been watching.
"I turned the lights off and went upstairs, what I think happened now, after thinking about it so much, is there was probably a group of guys following us the entire trip."
"I was Snapchatting that I was home and everyone was going out, so I think they knew Pascal [Kim's bodyguard] was out with Kourtney and I was there by myself.
"They had to have known we were leaving that day. They had that window or opportunity and just went for it."
And now it appears Kim's younger sister, Kendall Jenner – who was robbed of around ,000 worth of jewellery at her Hollywood Hills home last week – may have known the person who stole from her.
Initial reports revealed that Kendall notified policed when she noticed jewellery was missing from her bedroom after returning home at around one in the morning last Wednesday.
However, TMZ have now reported that new details have emerged suggesting this is actually inaccurate. According to their sources: "They say Kendall was having a party with a bunch of friends Wednesday night. At some point in the evening she heard an alarm warning that someone opened a door, but she thought nothing of it."
It is then claimed that Kendall left the house, with many of her friends still inside. She then retuned at 1 a.m. which is when she noticed her jewellery box was open.
If Kendall had known the person responsible and they had been invited into her house, this would no longer make the crime a burglary, but theft.