Before she was robbed at gunpoint inside her Paris hotel room, Kim Kardashian posted her usual Snapchats to fans — see the photos and videos leading up to the horrific incident.
It was business as usual for Kim on Sunday. The star was busy attending several runway show's for Paris Fashion Week, posting plenty of Snapchats along the way.
As Radar previously reported, the 35-year-old was held at gunpoint inside her hotel room around 3 a.m. Monday morning, local time, and robbed of millions of dollars worth of jewelry.
Sources say five masked men dressed as police officers were on the scene. Two of them entered Kim's room at No Address Hotel, tied up her hands and feet with tape and locked her in the bathroom before stealing a box containing jewelry items worth $6.7 million, as well as a $4.5 million ring, police sources told La Parisien.
"Kim Kardashian West was held up at gunpoint inside her Paris hotel room this evening, by two armed masked men dressed as police officers," her spokesperson later confirmed. "She is badly shaken but physically unharmed." According to PEOPLE, Kardashian left her hotel in two vans with a police escort after giving a statement to investigators. She was later spotted getting on a private jet home.
"She begged for them to let her live and said she has babies at home. Then they wrapped her mouth in tape and put her in the bathtub." a source told E! News. "She thought they were for sure going to kill her."
Of course, it didn't take long for Twitter to erupt with jokes regarding the incident, causing many celebrities to stick up for Kim. "People making jokes about @KimKardashian tonight would do well to remember that she's a mother,a daughter,a wife,a friend. Be nice or shut up," James Corden shamed fans.
"Fame is interesting. Celebs are supposed to love you guys while also knowing you'd make a meme of our dead bodies to get retweets," pal Chrissy Teigen chimed in.
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