Kim Kardashian West opens up about Paris ordeal

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It comes after Kim recalled the harrowing moment robbers broke into her Paris flat and grabbed her phone as she desperately tried to call bodyguard for help.

Waist trainers, protein shakes, supplements and make-up products have all come endorsed by the Kardashians on the social media site, though Heller claims that the girls are particular about what they'll advertise.

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In the previews for the episode, a visibly devastated West recounts the terrifying moment when she believed her life was in danger as armed intruders invaded her room to steal her belongings.

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She said: "I was lying in bed like, "Should I wash my face?"

Kris then begins to cry on camera and eventually says: "That's it, I can't talk about it anymore".

She also spoke about Michael Madar and his brother Gary, who had driven Kim and her husband, Grammy-award winning rapper Kanye West, around Paris in previous visits.

Kim said she remembers "dozing" off and hearing "pounding up the stairs", which at first she assumed was Kourtney and her assistant Stephanie returning home drunk after a night out.

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She then thought to call her body guard Pascal Duvier, who was out with Kourtney, but then the robbers entered her room.

Kim allegedly took the kids to stay with her mother, and Ye has allegedly been in a hotel since the argument.

As Celebrity Insider readers already know, Kourtney has threatened Scott that she will go for full custody of their three children - Mason, 7, Penelope, 4, and Reign, 2, if he does not get his act together.

'My door was open like this, and I saw two guys holding another guy down in police uniforms right outside of my bedroom, five feet away. She even thought to herself, "this is it".

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As Kim didn't know the French alternative to the United States emergency call number 911, she attempted to ring her security guard who was out with Kourtney.

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