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Kim Attacks 'A**hole' Kanye For Scaring Her After Paris Robbery

Mar. 23 2017, Updated 1:27 p.m. ET

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Kim Kardashian "freaked out" at husband Kanye West for scaring her following her traumatic Paris robbery.

In a new clip of Sunday’s upcoming episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, the 36-year-old recalled being home in bed with daughter North, 3, one night when she suddenly heard footsteps coming up the staircase of her home — sending her into a flashback tizzy!

"I did not sleep last night. I totally freaked out," Kim told sister Kourtney and mom Kris Jenner in the video. "Kanye came home — he had a concert. He always comes up the back stairs, like I always know he comes up the stairs that go into my room."

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But for some reason, Kanye chose to walk up the front stairs of their home that night: "All I heard was his feet stomping up the stairs. At three in the morning he came in, and that’s the same time the robbery happened. After a concert, he can’t hear that well."

"I’m going, 'Hello? Hello?' like exactly what I did. He’s not responding to me because he can’t hear me," she continued. "So I started crying and I’m freaking out in bed and North fell asleep with me, so I’m grabbing her. I’m like, 'Hello?! Hello?!' and he’s not answering me. And then he walks in and I'm like, 'Hello a**hole.'"

"We've got to come up with a plan, you've got to announce yourself," Kim added of the conversation, flustered at her hubby.

As Radar readers know, the couple has been struggling with their marriage for some time, as Kardashian made West attend couples therapy with her.

"They’re having twice-weekly sessions, plus a third session on their own, each of which costs $1,000 a pop," a source exclusively told Radar.

It doesn't help that the 10-year anniversary of Kim's sex tape with Ray J just passed, resurrecting a frenzy surrounding the sordid video.

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