According to her, Kim is not doing great after the robbery which had her bound in the bathtub of her hotel.
According to her, Kim is not doing great after the dramatic robbery which had her bound in the bathtub of her hotel.
Speaking to Australia's Channel Nine program Today Extra, she said, "You know, she's not doing great. I think we're all really still shaken up,I think she has a big supportive family and I know that, like, all of the traumatic things that we've been through, you know, we get through them together as a family and that's what family is about."
She continued, talking about how their family is taking the attack. "I feel like in our family especially, [when] we go through traumatic things just like our lives move so quickly at times we don't have a chance to digest them. But I felt, like, you know I have personally been taking time to just digest everything and - you know, I'm still shaken up," she explained.
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Meanwhile, no suspect has been arrested, but investigators are examining DNA traces found in the luxury apartment where five gunmen robbed Kardashian of jewellery worth some nine million euros ($10 million), sources close to the investigation said.
The star's 30,000-euro ($33,000) diamond necklace, found in the street by a passer-by hours after the October 3 heist, has not yielded any usable DNA samples, one of the sources told AFP.
Two mobile phones belonging to the 35-year-old multi-millionaire were also stolen during the holdup in the chic Madeleine district of Paris, near the city's main department stores and foreign embassies.
Police said the robbers held a gun to Kardashian's head, bound and gagged her and shut her into a bathroom in the biggest jewellery robbery of an individual in France in more than 20 years.