This must be such a relief for Kim Kardashian West.
As you know, 17 suspects were arrested in connection with the robbery that occurred at the reality star's Paris resident back in October. On Wednesday, 14 of those individuals remain, where some have confessed to being involved in the scheme.
Now we're hearing the 36-year-old will not have to travel to France in order to testify against the suspects, as it's French law that victims of crimes don't have to confront the alleged perpetrators in court.
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Not only do French judges conduct the interviews outside of the court, but they often travel long distances — which would most likely be the case for Kimmy Kakes, according to TMZ.
What's more — the alleged thieves don't have the right to cross-examination, so all interviews can be conducted in private and without KKW having to ever be in their presence.
Wow! That's definitely a lot different than we're used to over here.
As pictured above, the KUWTK star headed to Dubai yesterday with Scott Disick by her side — so it's unclear when this testimony is supposed to go down.
We'll keep you updated as we learn more.
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