Thursday, 4 October 2018

Kim Kardashian's former bodyguard charged to court for $6.1 Million Paris robbery

Kim Kardashian's former bodyguard charged to court for $6.1 Million Paris robbery


Kim Kardashian's guardian who was taking care of her when she was victimized at gunpoint in Paris in 2016 is being sued.

Pascal Duvier and the organization he was utilized by, Protect Security, have been hit with a $6,116,067 claim by the truth star's insurance agency, AIG.

As per reports acquired by ET, the insurance agency is hoping to profit they needed to pay out to Kardashian for the adornments stolen amid the burglary, which incorporated a $4 million ring from Kanye West.

The claim expresses that the Parisian lodging where Kardashian was remaining confronted various security warnings, including a broken bolt on the front door to the inn's patio, a breaking down outside radio, and an attendant who did not have "any security preparing or potentially foundation."

The claim additionally asserts that Pascal and by augmentation his security firm "carelessly, imprudently, or potentially heedlessly played out their assurance, security, observing, review, and additionally studying of" Kardashian West and the Hotel by not hailing and tending to these security concerns.

"Because of Defendants' inability to address and right the different security breaks in the Hotel and leaving [Kardashian] in her lodging room alone… the covered men could enter the Hotel and deny [Kardashian] of her own property," the archives state.

Around then of the burglar assault, Kardashian was remaining with sister Kourtney Kardashian and her company at the "No Address Hotel" for Paris Fashion Week when two men, one out of a ski veil, the other wearing ski goggles trapped her in her room and requested adornments at gunpoint. They allegedly tied her up with plastic links, choked her and left her in the bath before getting away.

It was additionally announced that Duvier who as a rule remain with Kardashian had gone to an adjacent dance club with Kim's sisters Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner.

As indicated by the report, eleven individuals have so far been captured regarding the theft assault.

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