New reports claim that $10 million worth of jewelry was stolen from Kim Kardashian during Sunday night’s robbery at the luxury apartment she was staying at in Paris, France.
The 35-year-old reality star's rep told ET that Kim -- who was also attacked last week by infamous prankster Vitalii Sediuk -- is "badly shaken but physically unharmed" after she was held up at gunpoint.
According to French Judicial sources who spoke with CBS Radio News correspondent Elaine Cobbe, five people dressed as law enforcement officers went to where Kim was staying and two of them got access to her room. Cobbe notes that the French media is reporting that Kim, along with a concierge, were tied up during the robbery. A source close to the reality star also told ET that she was tied up while being held up at gunpoint.
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The five suspects reportedly left with, at least, one ring estimated to be worth $4 million and a jewelry box with another $6 million worth of items. CBS Radio News adds that it's not known how much of the jewelry was actually owned by Kim, and how much was on loan to her for Paris Fashion Week.
According to the Associated Press, the individuals got away on bikes.
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The mayor of Paris, Ann Hidalgo, condemned the attacks on Monday morning in a tweet, and welcomed Kim back to the city any time, insisting that Paris was safe for tourists.
As news was breaking of the robbery, Kim's husband, Kanye West, cut his festival performance short on Sunday night in Queens, New York, citing a "family emergency."
Kim's 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 left France.
A source close Kim tells ET that she left France on Monday after being interviewed by investigators, and is set to arrive in New York City.
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