Published: Wed, February 01, 2017
Culture | By Kelly Harrison

Kim Kardashian West's stolen jewels melted and sold


According to Page Six, the infamous Kim Kardashian West robbery took place on October 2. According to French newspaper Le Monde, Aomar Ait Khedache, the alleged burglar, meticulously studied Kardashian on social media in order to obtain the information needed to commit the armed robbery. "She specified that she didn't wear fakes, the schedules when she came to France", he apparently said.

Following the robbery, Kim went into complete social media shutdown-it seems not unwisely, now-and has only begun popping up again recently with aesthetically composed Instagrams and sick takedowns on Twitter against our President's Muslim Ban.

Klhedache told police the group was completely unprepared for the story to go global, let alone viral, calling the plan a "very simple affair".

As for the whereabouts of Kim's jewellery, Khedache said that all but one piece has been melted into an unidentifiable state.

In the statement published by the magazine, he said, "We all made the decision to melt them [down]". "One of the people took care of it", Khedache, known as "The Old Man", said.

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So it seems that Kim sadly won't be seeing her handsome baubles again, except for one key piece: her $4 million engagement ring! She was held at gunpoint and robbed inside of a hotel.

"Everyone was afraid to sell it, because it has an (identifiable) stone" he added.

Khedache, who is known to his fellow criminals and to police as "Old Omar", is now being held without bail.

The officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity as they are not yet allowed to speak publicly of the continuing investigation, revealed that the suspects were picked up during a coordinated police operation that began in the early hours of the morning in the Paris region.

It's believed that the women were instructed to follow Kim around Paris in the days prior to the robbery. That would be impressive, had the robbers not made off with $10 million in Kim's bling! Post continues after video. Old Omar confirmed police's suspicions that Kim Kardashian was targeted, after she was flossing her jewelry on social media, where she has nearly 170,000,000 followers on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, combined.

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