Reckoning

Kim Kardashian Makes $5.6M Insurance Claim for Paris Robbery

Kim Kardashian has filed an insurance claim following the attack in Paris. While still hefty, it's a good deal less than was being reported earlier this week.

Kim Kardashian has reportedly submitted an insurance claim for $5.6 million in the wake of the gunpoint robbery that took place in Paris in the early hours of Monday morning.

The figure is significantly less than the numbers of $9 million to $11 million that have been bandied around in the press in the wake of the crime, which saw Kardashian beg for her life as she was bound and gagged by a team of five raiders wearing ski masks who escaped on bicycles.

TMZ reports that according to insurance documents, 13 items were taken from the reality-TV star, with a total value of $5.6 million.

The gigantic 20-carat, emerald-cut diamond ring is valued at $4 million in the papers.

The claim comes as Kardashian attempts to draw a line under the traumatic events of the past week, heading back to her Los Angeles home with her two children Thursday night.

Kim stepped off a private jet carrying Saint while her mother, Kris, carried North. Kanye West is said to be resuming his tour tonight, which was dramatically interrupted by the “family emergency.”

People magazine quotes a source as saying: “Kim is happy to return home with the kids,” and that she is, “canceling all appearances that could be a security concern.”

The Wests had been sequestered in their Manhattan apartment for several days prior to their departure Thursday.

Kardashian has also found a new supporter in the shape of Lena Dunham, who talked to reporters on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club Wednesday. “That’s a human being and she may have put her life on display in a specific way and you may not agree with everything that she does, but that is a woman, and a mother and a daughter who’s just been put through something so heinous,” she said. “My heart is with Kim.”

Kardashian has reportedly been “traumatized” by the incident and is said to be dramatically re-evaluating how she displays her life on social media.

She has not posted on social media since the attack.