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Kim Kardashian Paris Robbery: Bone-Chilling Surveillance Photos Revealed by French Authority


Unseen photos from Kim Kardashian's Paris robbery investigation have been released and they confirm the reality star's testament of a night she would never forget. Some of the photos are even bone-chilling, like something out of a horror movie.

Surveillance Photos and What They Revealed

Kim Kardashian's Paris robbery ordeal is nearly over. But the recently revealed photos provided by France's TF1 gave the public a glimpse for the first time the horrific ordeal that the reality TV star went through.

The leaked photos revealed the state of Kim Kardashian's bedroom and bathroom after she was robbed of millions worth of jewelries including her still missing $4 million engagement ring from husband Kanye West, People reported. The materials used to gag her and bound her hands were also found in the crime scene.

The surveillance footage revealed the faces of the suspects who convened in a cafe three miles away from where Kim Kardashian was staying when she was robbed. It shows that the suspected robbers gathered there before and after the incident.

Over all 17 suspects were apprehended, but only some of them were charged with the robbery, TMZ reported. Kim Kardashian, who also only revealed the details of the horrific night in the teaser trailer for the upcoming season of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians", went to New York City this week to give her testimony to a French judge.

Kim Kardashian Reacts

There's no law that bounds Kim Kardashian- West to testify on a French court and she clearly have no intentions going back anytime soon. Although her husband and sister are walking on the runway of Paris Fashion Week, Kim Kardashian's reps denied rumors that the reality TV star have plans to step on a French soil just yet, Independent reported.

According to her rep, Kardashian-West is just relieved that her dealings with the French judge went fine and it's all coming to an end.

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