10:53 AM EDT 3/20/2017
Kim Kardashian shared her own account of the night of the Paris robbery in October 2016. This will be revealed in an upcoming episode of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," which will air on Monday night.
The star has opened up about the details of the attack five months later. Kim Kardashian admitted that she knew that something was about to happen when she vividly remembered that a group of men had followed her and her sisters during their entire trip. She added that she somewhat gave her offenders a "window of opportunity" to attack when she sent a Snapchat revealing that she was home alone and everybody else was out, according to E! Online.
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Kim Kardashian recalled hearing footsteps upstairs, and when she went up to check, she saw two men in police uniform. They had handcuffed the concierge, who had the keys to their room at hand. She was then dragged by the men heading into the hallway and up the stairs. Realizing that they were armed and looking at the stairs, she realized that she had no way out and could possibly get killed if she tried to escape.
Kim Kardashian also revealed that one of the men had tied her up and covered her mouth using duct tape, and had thought that she was going to be raped when the man had grabbed her legs. When he didn't, he then wrapped the tape around her legs before pointing the gun to her head. She tearfully recalled the moment she thought her life was going to end.
"I have a family. I have my kids, my husband, my mom-I'm not going to make it out of here. I know how these things go," Kim Kardashian said. This was her thought until her attackers carried her to the bathtub and fled the scene carrying the stolen jewelry. The attackers had stolen $10 million worth of jewelry, including the star's 20-carat engagement ring, according to the Daily Mail. A new episode of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" airs tonight on E!
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