Was Kim Kardashian's Robbery An Inside Job? New Details Suggest That It May Have Been

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On Monday, it was reported that French police arrested 17 suspects in connection with Kim Kardashian's Paris robbery, which occurred last October. And now, more details are emerging about how the heist may have gone down, details that suggest that Kardashian's robbery may have been an inside job. According to French newspaper Le Monde, one of the suspects arrested is a limo driver from an upscale limousine company that is reportedly used frequently by the Kardashian family during their Paris trips.

According to E! News, the 27-year-old limousine driver was the last person to drive Kardashian before the robbery. Page Six reported that the driver could have fed the criminals information about the whereabouts of her family and her bodyguards, which would make sense considering the the robbery reportedly happened at the most opportune moment and when Kardashian was alone in her room.

Page Six also reports that two female suspects could have coordinated with the driver and the other criminals and tailed Kardashian for a few days while she was out and about enjoying Paris Fashion Week. All of these possible scenarios show how massive and intricate the robbery could have been.

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People reports that French television channel M6 TV asserts that French police are still working on assessing the possible connections between all the arrested suspects. People also reports that some of those arrested might even had contact with the Kardashian family, but it is still an ongoing case at this moment.

While the case might not be closed yet, it is relieving that the police are uncovering details and, hopefully, helping prevent any situations like this happening in the future.