Kim Kardashian's Insurance Company Sues Her Bodyguard For Paris Robbery

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Oct. 3 2018, Updated 10:52 p.m. ET

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Kim Kardashian was shockingly robbed at gunpoint in Paris two years ago on October 3, 2016. Today marks the anniversary of that horrid event but a new development has emerged from that incident. Her bodyguard who was protecting her at the time, is now being sued by Kim's insurance company. Keep reading for all the details.

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Pascal Duvier was protecting Mrs. West and was on duty at the time of the robbery. He was guarding the Kardashian sisters when he left her alone in the Parisian hotel.

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Pascal took sisters Kendall Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian to a Paris hotspot and during that time, was when Kim was robbed at gunpoint.

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The cosmetic mogul's insurance company, AIG has now filed a $6.1 million lawsuit against her bodyguard and the company he worked for, ProtectSecurity, regarding the incident. They are claiming that because he left her alone, the robbery took place.

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The lawsuit professed that the many security breaches led to the terrifying theft. Security issues included a missing lock on the front gate and a broken intercom. These are safety violations that Pascal should have flagged.

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The 37-year-old is "still taking precautions" two years after the event and she hasn't been the same since. A source told Us Weekly, “Kim is still taking precautions since Paris. She still has 24/7 security. The amount has still stayed the same since the robbery. She is always aware of who is around and where she is staying.”

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