In the latest episode of "Keeping up with the Kardashians," the entire Kardashian family had dinner at Kourtney's house where they talked about the robbery Kim experienced a few months ago in Paris.
In a report by the Refinery 29, Kim stated that her life is quite different now and she can't go to sleep unless four security guards are outside her house.
However, the 36-year-old actress was more hurt by the response she was receiving from some people after the incident. "It really is hard when people don't treat you like a human being while you are going through such a rough patch," Kim said during an interview after learning of a Halloween costume based on the traumatic incident.
According to People, the star was also quite disheartened by an anonymous comment she saw that stated 'how the star would have died that night'. "It really sucks how the entire world judge you like that," she cried. The entire episode showed how Kim was feeling after the Paris robbery, which worried her family. Her mother Kris Jenner, 61, advised Kim to see a therapist, so it doesn't creep the model after three months.
Kim also talked about how someone invaded her privacy and filmed her talking to the police in the hotel just five hours after the robbery in Paris. The video was then sold to the publication, which was published on the Internet implying that the actress had no tied up marks and there was no damage to the room door, which annoyed Kris due to the negative coverage by the media.
Later in the episode, Kendall Jenner, 21, also revealed about the issues she is facing with the stalker, Shavaughn McKenzie who broke into her driveway last year. The fashion model said she felt bad after finding out about his mental health problem and refused to testify in the court. However, being persuaded by her sister Kim on the seriousness of the crime, Kendall testified and the court gave McKenzie five-year restraining order, reports ET Online.
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