What Happened To Kim Kardashian's Jewelry After Robbery?

What Happened To Kim Kardashian's Jewelry After Robbery?

French outlet Le Monde has obtained a police testimony that Aomar Ait Khedache delivered.

Khedache is also said to have described the robbery as "irresistible" after seeing Kim wearing her jewellery on social media. Unfortunately for her, most of what was taken can never be returned, according to one of the thieves in the highly publicized heist.

In late October 2016, Kim Kardashian traveled to Paris for Fashion week.

"She specified that she didn't wear fakes, the schedules when she came to France", he reportedly said. He says that the robbers were able to easily track the reality star due to her social media presence.

"Everyone was afraid to sell it, because it has an (identifiable) stone" he added.

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Khedache alleges that someone "very close" to the mogul gave the criminals "precise information" about Kardashian's time in Paris.

So it seems that Kim sadly won't be seeing her lovely baubles again, except for one key piece: her $4 million engagement ring! "We all made the decision to melt them", Khedache said, per Page Six.

Kim has significantly reduced her public profile after she was robbed just days after posting this glitzy selfie. He is now one of 10 people charged and is being held without bail. Parisian police are still searching for that ring! That would be impressive, had the robbers not made off with $10 million in Kim's bling!

Several reports suggested that police tracked down the suspects through DNA evidence and fingerprints found at the luxury Hôtel de Pourtalès, where Kim was robbed of $11 million dollars worth of jewellery.

According to Page Six police obtained one such DNA sample from a piece of tape which was used to gag the Keeping up with the Kardashians star.

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