Reality star Kim Kardashian has no plans to return to the spotlight following her recent robbery in Paris. According to a report from Entertainment Tonight, Kardashian is still recovering from the incident and has no plans on a comeback anytime soon.
Her family has returned to their presences on social media, but as for Kim, she is no hurry to resume posting on Twitter or Instagram. Kardashian was the subject of a robbery at her Paris apartment on October 2nd, which was said to have left her feeling shaken.
A source revealed, “There is not a big plan in place for her comeback. She is still staying off the grid and away from everything. Kim hasn’t thought about work just yet. She is still just relaxing and taking the time to spend it with North and Saint.”
The authorities in Paris have said that the investigation is still ongoing and that they have since located one of Kardashian’s stolen diamond necklaces. A source said, “Yes, Kim’s diamond cross necklace was recovered. The duct tape and zip ties were left behind at the apartment.”
The Paris authorities said, “We are continuing the investigation but we’re not commenting further on the case.”
Recently, her sister Khloe Kardashian appeared on Ellen DeGeneres’ show and commented about the situation. She told the talk show host that her sister is “not doing that well.”
She added, “I mean, it’s incredibly traumatic what happened to her. But our family is super close and great and we’ll get through it together and we do appreciate all of your guys’ love and support. It will take time. You know, it was horrible what happened to her.”
We feel for Kim in this terrible time. Hopefully she will keep her family close, stay a little more removed from the spotlight, and just enjoy life at this point. She’s been through something pretty traumatic and it’s bad enough that people are claiming that she faked the whole thing. Apparently Media Take Out has said that she faked the robbery, but she has hit back with a lawsuit – causing them to take down their story.
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