What is being said to be Kim Kardashian's interview with the police directly following her paris robbery has been leaked.
The interview was published in French paper, Le Journal du Dimanche, and translated into English by WWD, and it contains information previously unknown to the public. The six-page document includes a step-by-step account of what happened to Kim the night of the robbery.
As she tells it, in the early morning hours of October 3rd, Kim heard steps outside of her apartment and called out. When nobody responded, she called her bodyguard at 2:46 a.m. Immediately following that call, two masked men in police jackets entered her room and tied her up. One man, wearing ski googles, asked for her ring. She acted like she didn't know what he was talking about, but when he produced a weapon, she pointed to her $4 million Lorraine Schwartz engagement ring on nearby table.
"He pointed the weapon at me. He took the ring. He was wearing gloves. He asked me where the jewelry and money was," Kim is quoted as saying.
"They grabbed me and took me to the entrance hall. I was wearing a bathrobe, naked underneath. We then went back to the room and they pushed me onto the bed. That's when they tied me with plastic cables and sticky tape on the hands, then they taped my mouth and legs. They carried me to my bathroom, to my bathtub to be precise," she continued.
Kim added that amongst the items stolen were two diamond bracelets; a gold and diamond necklace and a diamond-studded cross; a Lorraine Schwartz diamond necklace and diamond earrings; a yellow gold Rolex watch, and a necklace with Saint's name spelled out in diamonds. At the time of the report, she valued the stolen goods at around $5 million (half the $10 million previously reported).
French police have since detained 17 people they believe to be responsible for the robbery.
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