On Wednesday, the 3rd of October of this year, marked the second year anniversary of Kim Kardashian’s robbery incident in Paris, France, when masked gunmen posed as police and stole millions of dollars worth of her jewelry.
While things have only improved for the Kardashian-Jenner-West clan, her security team hasn’t done so well. Apparently, Kim’s insurance company is suing one of her bodyguards who was actually protecting the Kardashian sisters when they were out at a club the night she was robbed.
TMZ reported that the guard in question, Pascal Duvier, and the company he works for ProtectSecurity, are engaged in a civil suit for a whopping $6.1 million by AIG, the company that had to pay $6,1 million for Kim’s jewels.
The insurance company is blaming Pascal, suggesting that had he done his job correctly, the robbers never would’ve managed to mug Kim Kardashian. The organization claims that Pascal failed to fix several problems that should’ve been addressed, including a secure front gate, and a broken intercom system.
Moreover, the civil suit put the security company on blast for failing to do proper security training and tests. However, the insurance enterprise isn’t suing the hotel or anyone who works for it.
On the other hand, Kim isn’t suing her bodyguard. Curiously, it appears as though the insurance company is trying to shift the blame, that way they don’t have to pay any more cash for what had happened on that fateful evening in 2016.
As it was previously reported, gunmen robbed Kim Kardashian on the 3rd of October, 2016. They tied her up and left her in the bathtub while they stole all of her jewelry, including a large diamond ring.
Reportedly, French authorities have arrested approximately 17 people in connection with the heist. After it happened, Kim’s team released Duvier from his duties.