Kim And Kanye's Ex-Bodyguard Says Paris Robbery Had To Be ‘An Inside Job'
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's former security guard Steve Stanulis thinks Kim Kardashian is to blame for being robbed at gunpoint.
No offense, Steve, but I'm starting to see why Kimye fired you.
Stanulis and his team worked with Kim and Kanye briefly to provide security for New York Fashion Week in February and for the Met Gala in May.
Sadly, the only person to blame for this incident, is Kim Kardashian. She has tens of millions of dollars of jewelry, but she can't pay for an armed guard to protect her? The fact that five days ago that someone broke through her security chain and tried to grab her, then this happened, shows her security is not strong enough, and this should be a wake-up call.
He is referring to the incident last Wednesday when Kim was physically assaulted by Vitalii Sediuk in Paris.
Pascal Duvier, Kim's current main body guard, took down the attacker within seconds.
Duvier was reportedly with Kendall Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian at the time of the robbery, after Kim left the group to go to bed.
Stanulis was quick to say he does not blame Duvier and his team for the incident. He said,
Pascal is their main guy, and he's awesome, but he's not armed, he's not a police officer. He is former German military with some serious forces training, he's their head of security and goes everywhere with them. But the truth is he needs backup from an armed guard.
He also feels because the hotel Kim was staying at is so secure, the robbery may have been an inside job. He said,
I would say it's either an inside job or publicity stunt. That hotel is so secure, somebody must have tipped them off that she was alone inside, or shown them a way in.
Stanulis also blames Kim Kardashian's social media presence as one of the key reasons she got gagged, bound, and robbed by men who threatened to kill her.
Kim's social media and her Snapchat is her undoing. When she is posting, ‘Here I am, and this is the $5 million ring I am wearing, here's where I am going', you are basically inviting someone to rob you.
I guess we all better delete our Snapchats, otherwise we're just asking to be robbed at gunpoint!
Yeah, really getting why this guy got fired.
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