Kim Kardashian, was close to quitting reality TV after her horrific Paris robbery, but RadarOnline.com has learned she's secretly decided to keep cashing in! According to insiders, Kardashian just inked a massive multi-million-dollar deal to stay on Keeping Up with the Kardashians!
Kardashian, 36, has gone into hiding since her Oct. 3 robbery in Paris, threatening to leave the spotlight altogether. And according to the insider, her absence has been felt!
"It wasn't clear to the rest of Kim's sisters how much of an impact Kim really has until she was gone," said the source. "Their personal apps are plummeting and paparazzi on the entire family is half of what it was prior to Kim's robbery."
And with ratings dropping off too, the family is at a crisis point.
"Everyone in the family has been aware of the fact that if Kim did not return, their show would be done after this season," the source told Radar. "So Kris had no other choice than to offer Kim a deal that she could not refuse."
So how much money would make Kardashian — who is reportedly worth $150 million alone — change her mind?
According to the source, "Kim is getting a $20 million bonus to return and she is also getting more control over the show in terms of production and direction."
"In addition, Kim insisted that she get her own camera crew instead of sharing one with her other family members, as well as her own team of personal security to make sure that she is safe."
"Kim knows her value now more than ever and she loves her fans," the source added.
In Feb. 2015, 60-year-KUWTK momager, Kris Jenner, negotiated a deal with E! network worth a whopping $100 million to film four more seasons of their hit reality show.
After season 11's finale airs in just a few days, they will be officially entering their fourth season since signing the record-breaking deal in 2015.
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