Kim Kardashian's Paris robbery continues to not only haunt her, but also the rest of her family. On this week's Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kim struggles to deal with the aftermath of the October 2016 tragedy, while her sisters experience similar incidents.
"We're all feeling scared and sad," Kris told Kim. "When you go through something like this, you need to take care of yourself and maybe it's something you need to talk about. I think you should see a therapist and make sure you get the right help so it doesn't creep up on you three months from now."
But instead of getting help, Kim focused on the backlash from fans, such as being accused of faking the robbery.
"It's hard when people don't treat you like you're human and you're going through such a real, raw experience," Kim said. "It's really traumatizing. Someone wished I died that night. Really? What evil of a person are you that you wish death on someone? I'm trying to not let it get to me, but at some point I hope I don't snap."
But she did, as a meltdown forced sister Khloe Kardashian, 32, to tell producers to stop filming.
"I'm in my room crying, getting reminded of what happened," Kim sobbed, as Khloe added in her confessional, "Kim is such a strong woman, but to have a gun held to your head not knowing what's going to happen to you, that f***s you up. This is going to be an incredibly long journey for her."
"He came up the front stairs and all I heard was his feet stomping up the stairs," she explained to mom and sister Kourtney Kardashian, 37. "At three in the morning he came in, that's the same time the robbery happened."
Kim explained how he has trouble hearing after performing, which is why he didn't respond when she called out.
"I start crying, I'm freaking out in bed and North fell asleep with me," the mother of North, 3, and Saint, 1, continued. "So I'm grabbing her like, 'Hello, hello.'" He's not answering me. Then he walks in and I'm like, 'Hello a*****e!' You have to announce yourself."
Kim then admitted that it's time for her to seek professional help.
"I don't want to have these feelings and flashbacks," she said. "I never thought therapy was the best choice for me, but I want to be responsible for my kids and husband and do what I have to do to get through this and not be some crazy person always scared and anxious. I don't want to live my life like that."
"I came home one night and there was a guy sitting on the side of my street," Kendall said. "I drove around him and I went into my house and I watched the gate close. I turn my car off, get my stuff together, I look in my rear view mirror and he was standing right there. I just saw his figure."
Kendall explained how he said he wanted to talk to her, but she told him he must leave.
"I'm sobbing, crying and he's at my window, banging on my window screaming at me," she said. "So then I finally start backing out and then he starts running after me. At that moment is when my friends pulled up."
But when it came time for Kendall to testify, she considered opting out because of his mental health issues.
"I can't believe I have to see him, is it weird of me that I feel bad for him?" Kendall asked her mom. "I don't think he's mentally there, I don't know if he can control what he's doing. When I found out he had mental health issues I felt bad."
But both Kris and Kim advised her that she must testify to protect herself. McKenzie was later acquitted of the crime.
"They said there's motion detectors, break-ins, glass breaking all in the master bedroom," Kylie told her mom over the phone.
Although Kris wanted to go to the home to check on the dogs, her boyfriend Corey Gamble insisted he go alone.
"No, you can't even protect yourself," he said. "Let me deal with it. I'm the one who knows how to protect myself, you do not, so let me handle it."
But the fighting didn't stop there, as Kris also refused to allow Corey to organize the family's new security team. In the end, she accepts his help.
"I keep going over all the events of what could've happened," she said. "At any moment Kendall or Kourtney would've walked through that door. I could've lost all three of my kids in one flash."
Keeping Up With the Kardashians airs Sundays at 9/8c on E!.
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