Kim Kardashian's traumatic near-death experience in Paris, last year, is approaching its one-year anniversary and the mastermind behind the attack that changed the reality star's life is extending an olive branch in the form of an apology letter.
According to TMZ, the reality star's legal team in France received the letter, written by Aomar Ait Khedache, who allegedly orchestrated the October 2016 heist that almost led to Kim's demise.
The site reports that the letter was handwritten in French, and was translated by Kim's lawyers.
"After observing your emotion and realizing the psychological damage I inflicted... I decided to write to you, not to obtain from you some sort of indulgence," the letter read, in part. "I want to come to you as a human being to tell you how much I regret my gesture, how much I have been moved and touched to see you in tears."
Following the incident, which saw her robbed of more than $10 million in jewelry, Kim expressed on her family reality show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians, that she feared she would be raped. The footage seemingly made its way to Khedache, who claims to be affected by Kim's pain.
Despite the burglar's attempt to make things right, Kim reportedly isn't trying to hear it. Sources claim she believes he is only trying to make things right to appear remorseful before the trial.
More unbelievably, Khedache also said in the letter, "I hope that this letter will allow you to forget little by little the trauma that you suffered by my fault."
Recap Kim opening up about the traumatic event, below:
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