One of the 2016 Paris robbers who worked for Kim Kardashian said he doesn’t feel “sorry” about the theft: “She was wasting money.”

One of the suspects in the 2016 Paris robbery of Kim Kardashian claimed he doesn’t feel “guilty.” Yunis Abbas claimed to Vice that he was there to “collect it” because Kardashian was “throwing money away.” Abbas claimed to be aware that the incident “may have traumatized” Kardashian. Morning Brew is read by more than 3 million people; you should too! After the robbery of Kim Kardashian in Paris in 2016, one of the men involved said he doesn’t feel “sorry” about it because he was “there to collect it” and she was “throwing money away.”

In 2021, Yunis Abbas wrote the book “J’ai squestr Kim Kardashian” (I kidnapped Kim Kardashian) under the pen name Yunice Abbas, spoke with Vice about the 2016 incident in which he and five other men tied her up and robbed her at gunpoint in a hotel room in Paris, seizing approximately $11 million in jewelry, according to The Hollywood Reporter. .

Abbas said to Vice that, before to the heist, he was only really aware of Kardashian as the former wife of Ye, the artist formerly known as Kanye West.

“I saw one of her episodes,” Abbas remarked, likely alluding to the well-known incident in which Kardashian misplaced a diamond earring in Bora Bora. “I saw the episode of ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians,’ when she dumped her diamond in the pool.” “She must have a lot of money, I thought. This woman doesn’t give a damn.”

E! News reported reported in November 2021 that 12 persons had been charged in relation to the incident. According to ABC News Abbas was granted medical leave from custody pending trial.

Abbas denied feeling bad about the incident when Vice’s Tir Dhondy questioned him about it.

He explained, “I went there to collect it because she was throwing money away, and that was that. “Guilty? No, I’m not bothered. I don’t care.”

Kardashian spoke about the 2016 incident in a 2020 appearance on “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction,” a Netflix program hosted by David Letterman. She stated in the interview that she was afraid of being raped and killed, but that despite having a “little cry session” on stage, she was “absolutely OK.”

Abbas admitted to Vice that he was aware that the heist had left Kardashian terrified.

He said, “You don’t get out of it undamaged.” “This was unexpected by us. She had to have been traumatized, of course. No, I don’t think so.”

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