Kim Kardashian's Robber Speaks Out, Reveals Exactly How He Targeted Her
French newspaper Le Monde is reporting Aomar Ait Khedache, one of the robbers arrested in relation to Kim Kardashian's Paris Fashion Week heist, told police he had thoroughly stalked Kim K's social media presence in order to prepare for the October robbery.
This news comes after Le Monde reportedly obtained a French police report containing statements from Khedache about the robbery.
According to the report, Kim was targeted by the gang because of all the jewelry pictures she posted to her social media accounts.
He went on to say Kim was also easy to keep track of because of her social media presence.
He reportedly told police,
The jewels were shown on the internet, and [she said] that she didn't wear fakes… the time she would arrive in France, you just had to look at the internet and you knew everything, absolutely everything.
What makes this case even weirder is Khedache apparently claimed the whole robbery was an inside job. He allegedly told police that someone “very close” to Kim gave the criminals “precise information” on where the Kardashians would be during their time in Paris.
(I've been very vocal in the past about the person I think set this whole thing up, so I'm not surprised. *cough* KRIS! IT WAS KRIS! *cough*)
Without getting tooooo conspiracy theory-esque, this could explain how the robbers knew to attack Kim while the one security guard they had on staff was away with Kendall and Kourtney at a different club in the area.
Kim Kardashian was held at gunpoint during a heist that took place during Paris Fashion Week.
According to reports, robbers broke into Kim's hotel room before tying Kim up and gagging her. They then locked her in the bathroom and proceeded to steal between $6 million and $11 million in jewelry, including her wedding ring.
After the assault, Kim took a break from all social media before returning back to the internet in January.
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