Kim Kardashian’s Paris Hotel Concierge Reveals Even MORE Details About The Paris Robbery: ‘They Were There For Money’

Kim Kardashian's concierge has more to say!

It’s almost hard to believe Kim Kardashian West was robbed at gunpoint in Paris, and yet her masked thieves are still on the loose.

While the reality TV starlet has yet to speak out, the concierge at the hotel during the heist has had no problem giving more insight into what happened that night.

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In a new interview with Entertainment Tonight, Abdulrahman says the gang of robbers didn’t come into Kim’s room looking for her pricey jewels, but cash instead!

Handcuffed himself, he recalled how they caught the momma of two off guard as she was sitting on her bed:

“When she saw police, because they were dressed like police, she didn’t understand for a few seconds.”

The hotel’s concierge, who is the key witness in the investigation, then explained how the star offered to turn over her phones:

“[The robber] said, ‘I don’t need phones’ in French, [but] he doesn’t understand English, and also she didn’t understand French, and the guy was asking for money, money, money. She believed that they were there for her ring. She showed her hand … there is no ring, and the guy is like, ‘Where is the ring?’ At the moment she gave him her ring — it was on a table close to the floor — she gave her ring to the guy … and he put it in his pocket. ‘Where is money, money, money?’ For him, it was just a ring, I think … he didn’t stop asking for money.”

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Abdulrahman claims he had to translate for the robbers, telling them she didn’t have much cash which is why Kim handed over the jewelry box:

“They weren’t there for jewels at first, they were there for money. He put the jewels in his [backpack] and he left the bag open, that is why he lost some jewels and the gold in the hotel.”

So strange!

You can hear more from the on-duty employee when he divulges more details in his ET interview airing tomorrow October 27.

[Image via WENN.]

Oct 26, 2016 5:29pm PDT

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