Fans rally around Kim Kardashian West after she was held at gunpoint and robbed in Paris

Kim Kardashian-West was terrifyingly robbed at gun point while in Paris at 4.30am on Sunday 2nd October.

According to reports the reality star had ‘$8.5 million’ of jewellery taken from her hotel suite by two fake police officers who had locked her in the loo. Poor Kim, it sounds so scary!


But while stars like James Corden have been leading the charge with supportive messages, Internet trolls have taken the opportunity to hit the mum-of-two with a barrage of hate.

After the news broke, #KimKardashianWest started trending on Twitter and across all social media platforms.

Here’s just some of the disgusting Tweets that followed…

Following the shocking news, Kanye West has now jetted to be by his wife’s side while other’s have been sending her messages of support and love.

James Corden was one of those supporting Kim, 35.

And numerous fans took to social media to defend her against the trolls too…


Kim’s husband Kanye was performing at the Meadows Festival in Queens, New York when he received the news. According to US reports Yeezy was jamming in the middle of his track ‘Heartless’ when he cut the music and made the announcement saying ‘I’m sorry – I have to finish the show. Family emergency…’ stunning the crowd.

As for the rest of the family – they have all remained silent on the matter so far.

The 35-year-old reality TV star is currently in the French city attending Paris Fashion Week, with her mother Kris Jenner and her sister Kendall Jenner.

Before the incident happened Kris was busy promoting son Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna‘s E! TV show.

Last week Kim was approached by a man who tried to kiss her bottom.

One of her bodyguards intervened. Vitalii Sediuk, the 27-year-old who tried to touch her, said: ‘I was protesting Kim for using fake butt implants.

‘I encourage her and the rest of Kardashian clan to popularise natural beauty among teenage girls who follow and defend them blindly.’

Thankfully Kim is said to be well and safe after the incident.