In a statement on Monday to ET, an E! spokesperson said that the hit show was not filming at the time.
"All of us at E! are incredibly thankful that Kim Kardashian West is safe, and we send her and her family our love and support," the statement reads. "Keeping Up With the Kardashians was not filming at the time of the robbery. Our focus right now is entirely on Kim's well-being."
Armed, masked men entered the luxury apartment Kim was staying at in Paris, France, during Paris Fashion Week
on Sunday night, and held her at gunpoint. Reports claim that $10 million worth of jewelry
was stolen from the mother of two, including one ring worth $4 million, and a jewelry box with another $6 million worth of items.
Kim "is badly shaken but physically unharmed," the 35-year-old reality superstar's spokesperson told ET about how she's doing after the incident.
On Monday, Kim returned to New York City
to be with her husband, Kanye West, who abruptly stopped his show
at the Meadows Festival in Queens, New York, mid-song on Sunday, citing a "family emergency." Her sisters, Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner, were also in France for Paris Fashion Week at the time of the incident, but it's not known if they too have returned to the U.S.
“Pascal [Duvier, Kim's bodyguard] dropped Kim off at the apartment around 10:30 p.m. [on Sunday night]," a source tells ET about the timing of the events prior to the robbery. "They dropped her off through the garage and then he took Kourtney back out. Kourtney went out with [model] Jasmine [Sanders] to a party. Kendall was at another event in Paris."
"Kourtney come out of the party looking a bit hysterical around midnight," the source says. "She looked really worried. She ran into the car and the car sped back to the house."
NYPD vehicles were outside Kim and Kanye's apartment in the NYC on Monday, along with several barricades, a source told ET. The source also spotted one of E!'s cameras at the residence, which could mean Kim is continuing to film her family's reality show.