Kim Kardashian May Go Back to Paris 5 Months After Robbery

In some she is seen with husband, rapper Kanye West.

One day after Kanye West, 39, debuted his Yeezy Season 5 collection at New York Fashion Week to lackluster reviews, has exclusively learned that his Keeping Up With the Kardashians star wife Kim, 36, is ready to show him how it should be done.

Just call Kim Kardashian cupid!

And she could be making a return to Paris - five months after she was held at gunpoint. Younger sister Kendall Jenner will be walking in shows and Kardashian's longtime hairstylist Jen Atkin will also be working the event.

In January, several persons were arrested in connection with the robbery.

This includes two chauffeurs, who drove Kim Kardashian around Paris. So far, 10 suspects have been charged and the police believed that everything that happened was an inside job. After the incident, she went on a social media hiatus and emerged once again in December for the holidays.

Kim Kardashian had been busy helping sister Kylie Jenner out, with her pop up show, on Valentine's Day.

"ANNNNNNND I'm sorry but Kim isn't out of the public eye because of this robbery it's because she's recovering from all her new surgery", @robynxix alleged on the social media site following Kim's robbery. "She hasn't mentioned it yet", Kim wrote on Twitter.

"And at that point, they tied me up and put plastic cables and Scotch tape on my hands, and then taped my mouth and my legs", Kim Kardashian continued.



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