The concierge who claims Kim Kardashian's robbers forced him into the star's apartment has revealed new details on the frightening night.
In an interview with the Daily Mail, the staffer, identified only by his first name, Abdulrahman, alleged that despite his efforts to keep the thieves, dressed as police officers, from going to Kardashian's room, they forced him up to her room with a spare key.
"I went up to the apartment with the robbers. I was tied up in the first minutes, with handcuffs. I was in the room of Kim Kardashian. One was attacking her, the second one was with me. I saw Kim being pulled out of bed," Abdulrahman told the publication. "We got to her bedroom and slid open the door. She was in her bed. Before we opened the door, she heard a noise and began to say, 'Hello? Hello?' I assume she thought it was her sister. The intonation of her voice changed when there was no answer. I felt she was worried. After that, one of them opened the door. The other one was fastened to me."
Then, Abdulrahman says Kim began screaming: "Don't kill me! I have babies, don't kill me, please, I have babies! I'm a mom. Take whatever you want."
The 39-year-old also claimed that he served as interpreter for the reality star, who didn't understand the masked men's French.
"One of the robbers kept telling her to shut up. I. . .told her to be calm. I said, 'You have to be silent.' She sat down on the bed. She asked me, 'Are we going to die?' I said, 'I don't know, how can I know?'. . .She began to scream again. That's why he put the tape on her mouth. A long piece of tape, all the way round her head."
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According to Abdulrahman, the robbers only left when they discovered that Kim's longtime bodyguard, Pascal Duvier, was calling her phone.
"I saw his name on the screen and I told them, 'You know who is ringing now? It is her bodyguard. If she doesn't answer, he will come here with the police,'" he claimed. "They ran immediately."
When Duvier arrived on the scene, he helped free the frightened pair of their binds.
"When she left, she hugged me and I told her, 'The most important thing is that we are safe and we are alive.'"
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