The 54-year-old talent manager was spotted pushing a trolley full of his belongings, including a Givenchy shopping bag at LAX. He then had two assistants looking after his lugagges while he stopped to talk to DailyMail, revealing that his children and Dorit are "Ok" although she is still "in shock."
"She's [Dorit] in shock," he told the reporter. "I'm going to see her now. I haven't seen her yet - I was so worried."
PK continued adding, "I don't know a lot at the moment. I just know thank God, my babies are ok, thank God Dorit's ok. She's at home but not alone and I'm rushing to her now."
He is still yet to learn more about the horrifying ordeal where Dorit reportedly pleaded to spare her and her children's lives.
When asked if the valuables taken during the robbery were insured, he said, "I hope so. I hope everything's insured. It was a real shock."
As Radar previously reported, Dorit was held at gunpoint on Wednesday after three men allegedly broke into her residence through her children's classroom windows around 11 PM.
Two of the suspects reportedly entered her bedroom and grabbed the Bravo star, where she begged them not to "kill" her and her kids.
"Don't hurt my babies. Don't kill me. I'm a mother," she allegedly screamed.
The terrifying incident lasted about 20 minutes. The intruders then left the house after ransacking her closet and stealing her expensive designer handbags and jewelry. The robbers reportedly did not enter her children's bedrooms.
An insider revealed the fashion designer immediately called the police to report the incident as soon as the men fled her home.
Her fellow RHOBH co-stars also rushed to be by her side to show their support while dealing with the aftermath of the robbery. Paparazzi snapped pictures of Lisa Rinna, Erika Jayne, and her former co-star Teddi Mellencamp arriving at Dorit's house Thursday morning.
Despite Dorit reportedly being "traumatized" by the experience, a source close to Bravo tells Radar that the show execs want to get the cameras rolling for the show as soon as possible to capture the moment.
"Bravo isn't dumb," the informant claimed. "They know they would be missing out if they aren't catching the moments after the home invasion. The producers will be doing everything in their power to get Dorit to start filming."