After hearing Kim's terrifying ordeal first hand, Kris struggled to hold her emotions together in an on-camera chat for her show Keeping Up With The Kardashians. "It's not a place for me on the emotional plane", she reportedly told judge Armelle Briand.
According to West, fans should brace for a very visceral experience accounting from her end, which will be tough for her to re-live, even still.
In the episode preview below, West describes the moment she realized her hotel room had been invaded.
Kim Kardashian is breaking her silence and opening up about the recent Paris robbery experience.
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Kim Kardashian thought the armed robbers who raided her luxury Paris apartment in October 2016 were terrorists.
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She said: "Then I saw two guys in police uniform come in with the concierge".
Kim revealed: "He grabbed the phone from me and threw me on the bed".
Although Kim no doubt found it hard to relive the nightmare, momager Kris Jenner has said it's been therapeutic for the star to share what happened to her.
Kim said that she was lying in bed, half-asleep, when she heard loud noises. But it makes a lot of sense, as Kardashian says in her tweets. "A few weeks before our arrival, they sent an SMS text message to my assistant, Stephanie [Sheppard], offering a free transport service, which they had never done before", she said.