Suspicious Kim Kardashian Said Her Concierge Was 'Too Calm' During Robbery. Now He's Written Her a Letter
It's been roughly one week since Kim Kardashian was held at gunpoint and robbed in her Paris, France, hotel while attending Paris fashion week.
The masked robbers tied her arms and legs, gagged her, and put her in a bathtub before making off with over $10 million of the reality star's jewelry.
Yet, despite the very specific details that have since come to light, some people are still speculating if the events actually took place:
Now, the hotel concierge that Kim accused of being “too calm” during the heist has come forward with an open letter explaining himself.
According to TMZ, the concierge was also handcuffed during the incident and led the masked robbers into Kim's apartment. Kim reportedly told the Paris authorities that the concierge was in the apartment the “whole time”:
“Kim told police she engaged the concierge in conversation, saying, 'Are we gonna die?' He calmly responded, 'I don't know.'”
The reality starlet also said that when the robbers left the apartment, they took the concierge with them back down to the lobby where he was left with his hands still cuffed.
As TMZ reports, the 40-year-old “apartment gatekeeper” sent the letter to show that he was also a victim that night and that it was his calm demeanor that saved their lives:
“Dear Kim: When you feel the cold steel of a gun at your neck, it is the moment when remaining calm can mean the difference of life or death, both our lives. I hope you are feeling better.”
Kim has recently returned home to California and is currently taking time off from work and social media in order to spend it with her two children.
According to reports, Kim could lose upwards of $1 million in income during her hiatus.