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Still Selfish! Kim ‘Hasn’t Changed’ In The Two Years Since She Got Robbed In Paris

Oct. 3 2018, Published 8:29 p.m. ET

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Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in Paris two years ago, and the reality star insisted she was “forever changed," vowing to shed her flashy clothes and expensive jewelry in favor of a more low-key persona.

However, another child and a multi-million make-up line later, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that Kardashian's family and friends think “she hasn’t changed at all!”

“Kim changed for like one minute," one insider told Radar. "She was great at playing the victim role until the attack aired on the following season of KUWTK. But almost immediately after that she started to go right back to her self-absorbed lifestyle.”

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As Radar reported, Kardashian, 37, swore she was “allergic” to jewelry after the horrific heist and that she would never return to Paris.

Not only did she go back to the City of Lights, but in June the mother of three posted on Instagram a photo there showing her trying on an expensive Dior bracelet!

“Everything that Kim said is complete bull***t! She has done the exact opposite of what she said she was going to do and is flashier now than ever before,” the insider told Radar.

She never talks about the robbery anymore and when she does she says that she was ‘saved’ for a reason, which was to help the less fortunate," continued the source.

“Although she has actually gotten involved in helping advocate for some women in prison, the only reason she did that was because she wants to be in the White House bad.”

“Kim only thinks of Kim and that never will change," added the insider. "Her sisters, especially Kourtney, believe she is worse now than before the robbery."

Do you think that Kim learned anything from her Paris robbery? Sound off in the comments.

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