Khloe Kardashian: Kim's 'not doing that well' after heist
Oct 20 2016
"(Here Are The FACTS)" one headline read.
According to TMZ, the site claimed that she "let the robbers in" to her apartment.
On the night of the theft, robbers reportedly stole upwards of $10 million in jewelry after locking Kim in a bathroom.
Kim Kardashian filed a lawsuit Tuesday against gossip website MediaTakeOut.com claiming it published false reports about the recent incident in Paris where she was robbed of $11 million worth of jewelry. Kardashian west is now suing for libel claiming she was revictimized by the website.
ET has reached out to MediaTakeOut.com for comment.
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The mother of two and wife of rap superstar Kanye West flew home to the United States after being questioned by police over the incident, which a spokeswoman said had left her "badly shaken".
And if we're honest, we don't really blame them. "She was scared for her life".
Filming of their reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians has been suspended until further notice. "No decision has been made as to when production will resume".
According to multiple outlets, Kardashian has filed a lawsuit against the gossip site MediaTakeout and its founder, Fred Mwangaguhunga, seeking unspecified damages over a series of articles reported mere hours after her October 3 attack that claimed she faked the robbery and lied about being assaulted. "This really shook her and gave her a major reality check", the source said.
Khloe Kardashian has opened up about her sister, Kim Kardashian saying she's "not doing well" after being robbed at gunpoint in Paris.
"I mean, she's not doing that well", Khloe explained.
She continued: "And we do appreciate all of your guys' love and support but it will take time. It will take time".
It also insists that the only people who know what actually happened that night are Kim, the concierge "who was also assaulted" and the "assailants themselves".
When Ellen asked if the incident would change how the family uses social media in the future, she confirmed they all planned to "pull back".