While the reality star has since taken various precautions, such as toning down the jewelry she wears in public and taking a lengthy break to cleanse from social media, she's now back documenting and sharing her life online. While fans are relieved to see Kardashian in better spirits and making a slow return to normalcy following the traumatic incident, reports detailing her horrific statement to police back in October have recently surfaced, reminding fans just how terrifying the robbery was.
"He takes out a weapon and I show him the ring," the report begins, utilizing Kardashian’s first-person account. "He pointed the weapon toward me. He takes the ring, he wears gloves. He asked me where the jewels and the money are. They catch me and took me in the lobby. I was wearing a bathrobe, naked underneath. Then we went in the room again and they pushed me on the bed. And, at this time, they strapped me with plastic cables and tape on my hands, then they taped my mouth and my legs. They carried me in my bathroom, more specifically in my bathtub."
Additionally, the report says that based on Kardashian's statements, they waited until her assistant Simone Harouche was asleep, and her sister Kourtney had left the No Address Hotel. Additionally, according to the account, some of the men wore clothing that featured the word "Police" embroidered on it, leading to speculation it was an inside job.
"There were two bracelets by Cartier, all with diamonds, a necklace by Jacob all in gold and diamond, diamond earrings by Lauren Schwartz, and the other was by Yanina," the report continues. "There were three necklaces by Jacob all in gold, little bracelets, jewels, rings. A necklace by Lauren Schwartz all in diamonds, another necklace with six little diamonds on it. A last necklace with my son’s name (Saint) all in diamond. I also had just a cross-shaped diamond, by Jacob. A watch by Rolex all in yellow gold. There were two rings in yellow gold. I think they robbed me for 5 million dollars. They didn’t rob my cash. They robbed me an iPhone 6."
While 17 suspects have since been arrested and taken in for questioning, it doesn't appear likely, at this time, that Kardashian's stolen property will be recovered.
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