The Keeping Up with the Kardashians queen lived in splendor at the multi-million dollar property with husband Kanye West. They lavished money on renovating the place.
But as RadarOnline.com previously reported, Kardashian, 38, took to social media on Thursday night to announce that she was being evacuated from the mansion due to the fast-moving wildfire.
Now, a source has told RadarOnline.com, "Kim feels vulnerable and exposed and had some expensive jewelry in her home safe that she hopes doesn't get torched. She just can't deal right now but Kanye's keeping her together."
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Kardashian was enjoying a lavish getaway in Paris for 2016 Fashion Week when she was robbed at gunpoint by an organized group of criminals.
She was bound, gagged, threatened and locked up inside her bathroom suite in her Paris hotel room. Kardashian begged the thieves to let her live and gave them all the jewelry they asked for.
The KUWTK star lost millions of dollars in baubles, including her hefty $4.5 million engagement ring from husband West, 41.
Now, according to the insider, they are desperately worried about their house burning down.
"Kim and Kanye are terrified of losing their home, especially Kim, and she wanted security to be there in case looters came to rob them during the fire but the guards had to evacuate, too," the source said.
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Another source told RadarOnline.com, "Kim told all of her sisters and Kanye that they all need to build a moat around their houses to protect it from fire. Clearly she is not the brightest. She went home during the fires to gather her belongings on Thursday night, which she shouldn't have done. The evacuation was in order already. She was more concerned with her jewels and money than she was with her life. But a moat! She isn’t kidding either.”
In the afternoon of Friday, November 9, Kardashian gave fans an update on the West family house, writing on Twitter "I heard the flames have hit our property at our home in Hidden Hills but now are more contained and have stopped at the moment. It doesn’t seems sic like it is getting worse right now, I just pray the winds are in our favor. God is good. I’m just praying everyone is safe."
Sadly, however, the Malibu home of Kardashian's stepparent, Caitlyn Jenner, burned to the ground.
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