Why I Robbed Kim Kardashian – Jewelry Thief Of Famous Paris Robbery Opens Up

One of the masterminds behind the famous Kim Kardashian Paris robbery has come out to say he has no regrets for robbing the reality TV star at gunpoint.

The man, Yunis Abbas who spent two years in incarceration for his crime, has admitted that he has no regrets.

“Since she was throwing money away, I was there to collect it, and that was that. Guilty? No, I don’t care,” he said in a video interview with VICE.

“I went on the internet, and it’s true, I saw her jewelry, I saw her ring, I saw that she showed it everywhere, and we knew this information through social media,” Yunis added.

How The Robbery Happened

In 2016, wild reports of Kim Kardashian’s robbery in Paris made the rounds as gunmen broke into the SKIM’s founder’s Parisian hotel room. Per TheRichest, the assailant carted away with $10 million in jewelry, including a $4.5 million ring gifted by her then-husband Kanye West.

Since the incident, there’s been speculation over how the thieves pulled off the robbery – and now we have answers. In the interview, Yunis went into detail about how he and his 11 accomplices organized the heist.

Yunis admitted that before the heist, “I honestly didn’t really know her.” But he says the reality star’s flashy lifestyle caught his attention.

“I saw one of her shows where she threw her diamond in the pool in that episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” he said. “I thought, ‘She’s got a lot of money. This lady doesn’t care at all."

Yunis said he and his “co-workers” followed Kim’s movements on social media. They figured out what hotel she was staying at and were able to overpower the concierge, which allowed them access to Kim’s room.

“As soon as we got in, we took control of the concierge. We overpowered him,” he continued. “We tied him up. But then we looked for the keys of the bedroom she stayed in.” Yunis admitted he expects that Kim is “traumatized” from the experience.

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