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$4M Ring and Other Jewelry Stolen from Kim Kardashian West at Gunpoint

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Her “second” engagement ring may have been taken.

Kim Kardashian West was robbed of $10 million in jewelry in a Paris hotel room — and a piece of her bridal jewelry is believed to be among the stolen items.

The assailants, who dressed as police, tied up Kardashian West in a Paris apartment where she was staying and took the ring along with items from a jewelry box and two iPhones, Us Weekly reports.

A representative for the reality TV star said she was “badly shaken but physically unharmed.”

There’s been much speculation as to exactly what jewelry was taken. While some of the pieces may have been on loan for Paris Fashion Week, authorities in Paris believe a large amount of the jewelry was Kardashian West’s own.

Us Weekly says it was told by an insider that one of the celebrity’s large Lorraine Schwartz rings was taken by the robbers.

When Kardashian West was photographed in New York after the robbery, she was without the diamond ring she recently received from her husband, Kanye West. It’s reportedly a 20-carat diamond ring designed by Schwartz.

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Her engagement ring, which she received in 2013, is a 15-carat diamond ring also designed by Schwartz.

The word from People magazine is that “the $4 million ‘second’ engagement ring from Kanye gave Kim is one of the pieces she will not be returning to the Calabasas with.”


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