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10 of January, 11:33

In Paris detained suspects in the attack on Kim Kardashian
French police detained 17 people for questioning in connection with armed robbery at Kim Kardashian in Paris in October last year, reported the press Secretary of the Prosecutor. The group was arrested in Paris, and also in the Eastern suburbs Raincy and Vincenne during the police operation, which began at 6 a.m. on Monday.

Kardashian was robbed in her hotel room by a gang of men who threatened her with a gun. The bandits were disguised in police clothing. They stole socialite about $10 million in cash and jewelry. According to the Prosecutor, held-persons aged 23 to 73 years will be in jail for 96 hours. The procedure will be performed questioning.

French police have identified the 5 people who threatened the Concierge at the mansion with a weapon, put on her cuffs and forced to open a private apartment. Two of them were able to access the apartments, Kardashian, reported in accordance with office of the Paris Prosecutor's office, they entered and put a gun to the head of the Kardashian.

A source familiar with the situation, reported that Kardashian admitted that she was threatened with a gun. She was bound and placed in the bathroom. The men took cell phones and jewelry worth millions of dollars, according to police. Prosecutors said the ring is estimated at Б?? 4 million ($4.5 million) and jewelry box with contents worth about 5 million euros ($ 5.6 million) had been stolen.

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