Kim Kardashian Happy Over Arrests Of Paris Robbery Suspects


Kim Kardashian Happy Over Arrests Of Paris Robbery Suspects

Reality tv star, Kim Kardashian happy and in a good mood following reports that police have arrested several suspects in connection with her Paris robbery incident.

An eyewitness told E! News on Monday night that Kim was “in a good mood” following reports of the arrest.

The popular tv personality and her husband Kanye stepped out for a quick sushi dinner on Monday night.

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They, however, only spent about 45 minutes at the low-key restaurant and stepped out with Kanye grabbing Kim’s hand.

Kim replied a “Yes” when asked if she was relieved about the reports from France of the arrests made by the police.


According to E! News, 17 people were arrested in connection with Kim’s her robbery which took place in Paris months back.

In October 2016 when the incident took place, Kim Kardashian was held at gunpoint by masked robbers.

Kim Kardashian Happy As Paris Robbery Suspects Apprehended

They stole jewelry worth about $11 million as well as cash and other items.

Also stolen was her “upgraded” 20-carat Lorraine Schwartz diamond engagement ring given to her by her husband.

In  September 2013, Kanye West proposed to Kim Kardashian with a 15-carat diamond ring.

According to French newspaper Le Monde, one of the 17 suspects arrested is a limo driver from an upscale private limousine company.

The Kardashian family usually engages their services whenever they stay in Paris.

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Police report confirmed that the 27-year-old limousine driver was the last to chauffeur Kim before the robbery.

He would most likely have knowledge of all of Kim’s movements throughout the city.

The police report also states that 3 out of the 17 suspects arrested are women, while 14 are men.

Police identified the oldest suspect aged 72 years and identified as “Pierre B.”

The newspaper adds that five of the suspects are burglars, averaging at 55 years old.