Kardashian fled Paris after the robbery Sunday night. Husband Kanye West was by her side as she arrived home in NYC, and BFF Jonathan Cheban arrived to their Tribeca pad not long after.
Kris Jenner gives the thumbs up after leaving Kim and Kanye’s AirBnb apartment with boyfriend Corey Gamble in Tribeca, New York City
Kris Jenner and boytoy Corey Gamble were spotted looking exhausted and somber, along with bodyguard Pascal Duvier, who was not with Kardashian at the time of the incident.
According to an eyewitness, Duvier stood guard at the NYC pad as Kardashian went into lockdown mode inside. Cases of water and groceries from Trader Joe's were also delivered, suggesting Kardashian doesn't plan to leave the safety of her home any time soon.
Kardashian's pal Lala Anthony also arrived to comfort her.
Cheban had not been in Paris with Kardashian, but rushed to her side back in New York.
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Security guards shut down the busy street as Anthony and other members of Kardashian's inner circle arrived.
Kardashian pal Simon Huck, a New York native, arrived not long after Cheban.
Cheban was somber in basic black and dark shades. He refused to comment for the gathered reporters.
Anthony went incognito in a hat and casual clothes. Security guards at the scene refused to answer questions on how Kardashian was coping, or even to confirm she was inside.
As RadarOnline.com reported, armed thugs broke into Kardashian's Parisian apartment Sunday night, stealing $10 million in jewels and leaving her bound and gagged in the bathtub.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Look Shaken as they Arrive to NYC after Frightening Robbery in Paris
Reports claimed Kardashian, seen here returning home, is "terrified." Stay tuned for the latest.
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