Kim Kardashian West understood the power of her words when she shared what she would do as a victim of robbery.
Kardashian West revealed about the 2016 robbery that changed her life when she appeared My next guest needs no introduction David Letterman in October 2020.
As she sat on the stage wearing a blonde dress and heels, she explained that the event was something she often thought of. As someone who has been strong since the early 2000s, Kardashian West revealed that the robbery was something she always saw as a possibility.
Kim Kardashian West played a burglary situation with her friends before the 2016 robbery
In 2016, Kardashian West was in Paris with her sister, Kourtney, and the intellectuals for Paris Fashion Week. She was staying at the No Address Hotel when she said two men held her at gunpoint and went on to steal a multi-million dollar gem, including her $ 4 million pledge ring from Kanye. West. Prior to the robbery, Kardashian West told Letterman that she and her friends had talked about what they would do if they were arrested.
“Then [one of the robbers] a duct taps my face, my mouth, so that I get nothing or nothing and then it grabs my feet, and no, I had no clothes [my robe], and he pulled me towards the front of the bed and I thought, ‘Okay, this is the time. They are going to rape me. ”Kardashian West said. “And I gave myself a full mind, and then he didn’t, and he grabbed my feet together.”
Kim Kardashian West filed a lawsuit with Pascal Duvier for $ 6.1 million
according to The sun, Kardashian West took action against its former security guard, Duvier, and its companies – Security Defense and Balali Investments Inc.
After two years of back and forth, Kardashian West and Duvier’s legal team quietly reached a settlement agreement in October 2020. Although her attorney, Jay Harder, did not confirm the amount, documents revealed court that a settlement has been reached and is reportedly worth $ 6.1 million.
“Plaintiff’s Advocate informs the court that the parties have reached a settlement agreement and are awaiting the defendant’s signature to proceed further,” the document read.
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