American Socialite Kim Kardashian is a renowned celebrity who comes from the Kardashian-Jenner clan and is making headlines after her breakup with comedian Pete Davidson surfaced on the media that lasted for less than a year. She is one of the celebrities who flaunts almost everything related to her which sometimes gets misinterpreted by others which is what made Kim K become the victim of the biggest robbery of an individual in France in two decades.
The 41-year-old socialite had always boasted about her wealth back in 2016 and tweeted about how much money she had made from her mobile game. She was also slammed last year for boasting about her children’s luxury toy collection when people were economically struggling due to Covid Pandemic.
Kim Kardashian’s 2016 France Robbery Incident
Back in 2016, the socialite was held at gunpoint in her Paris hotel room by masked men dressed as police officers. She was tied in her bathtub with plastic cables with hands, mouth, and legs taped. According to the reports, she was robbed with a combined haul worth about around $10 million. As per the reports by People, the items robbed from the socialite included two diamond Cartier bracelets, a gold and diamond Jacob necklace, Lorraine Schwartz diamond earrings, a gold Rolex, and other items.
Kim Kardashian France Robber Believes Himself As The Robinhood
Yunis Abbas, who was one of 12 people arrested for robbing Kim Kardashian’s small fortune in the luxury residence back in 2016 has shared his thoughts about the billionaire. He served two years in prison for the $10 million robbery and was recently interviewed by VICE news. According to him, the socialite was occasionally flaunting her wealth on social media platforms which is how they got the idea to rob her.
He shared, “Since she was throwing money away, I was there to collect it, and that was that. Guilty? No, I don’t care.” He also added that it was ‘provocative’ to boast about something that could not be present for some people stating, “They should be a little less showy towards people who can’t afford it, for some people, it’s provocative.”
He had previously written a memoir, “I Kidnapped Kim Kardashian” before speaking about the infamous robbery incident.
Source: Vice News