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Kardashian Files Insurance Claim for Stolen Jewelry — Here’s How Much It Was Really Worth

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The documents mention 13 items.

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian West has filed an insurance claim for the jewelry that was stolen from her in Paris.

The claim puts the value of the jewelry — a total of 13 items — at about $5.6 million, TMZ reports. That’s lower than the $10 million or so that previous reports had suggested.

One item detailed in the insurance claim is a ring with a 20-carat emerald-cut diamond, according to TMZ. The celebrity is known to wear two large diamond rings, both of them designed by Lorraine Schwartz and given to her by husband Kanye West.

The 20-carat ring was the more recent gift. She was spotted wearing it at MTV’s Video Music Awards in August.

Armed assailants dressed as police tied up Kardashian West in a Paris apartment where she was staying and took the jewelry, authorities said.

Kardashian West was not hurt in the incident, but she was shaken up.

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The New York Daily News reports: “The mother of two has cancelled all upcoming appearances she believes could pose a safety risk in the wake of the incident.”


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