Kim Kardashian Lodges Libel Lawsuit Against MediaTakeOut For Claiming She Faked Paris Robbery

It’s getting ugly now. Reality TV star Kim Kardashian is suing an online gossip site and its owner for alleging that her recent Paris robbery was a fake incident. Mediatakeout.com and its owner Fred Mwangaguhunga were named by KK in her suit against the two for libel per se.

 

Kim Kardashian was in Paris during fashion week when she was robbed of $11 million in jewelry in the middle of the night on October 2nd. She was home alone relaxing at her Paris hotel when the incident took place, according to police reports. Most frightening, there was a gun held to her head.

 

The gossip site maintains that Kim Kardashian was all about the faux when the story broke. KK “faked the robbery, lied about the violent assault, and then filed a fraudulent claim with her insurance company to bilk her carrier out of millions of dollars.”

 

People around the world have a lot of opinions on the KK robbery in Paris. Some believe Kim’s every word and frankly, others do not. Even Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer fueled the flames in court recently when he said: “Kardashian’s thief, if there is one …” Hmmm. Breyer used the word “if.”

 

Sister Khloe appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show recently, to talk about Kim’s traumatic incident, adding that KK was not doing so well. “You know, it was horrible what happened to her,” Khloe said.

 

Khloe went on to explain that Kim will have re-think the way she conducts business in the public eye. “I think it’s just a wake up call to make a lot of life adjustments,” Khloe explained. “This is a really serious matter for Kim.”

 

There are many out there who think KK had it coming to her, for overly showing off the beautiful baubles, high fashion and money she earns for the many public events she’s handsomely paid to attend. Others are turned off by her suggestive clothing and constant images on social media like Instagram and Twitter.

 

For the moment anyway, Kim Kardashian is keeping a very low profile,

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