Khloé Kardashian Doesn’t Believe Social Media Influenced Kim’s Robbery

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Khloé Kardashian is standing up for her big sister Kim Kardashian and making sure everyone knows it.

In October, Kim Kardashian was staying in Paris during Paris Fashion Week when five masked men broke into her hotel room disguised as Paris Police and held her up at gunpoint. The men tied her arms, gagged her and shoved her in the bathtub while holding a gun to her. The men ransacked her room and stole over $10 million in possessions, including a diamond ring her husband, Kanye West had given her.

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After the traumatic incident occurred, people began to accuse Kim and her family of "over-sharing" on social media and blamed the Kardashian family for the robbery incident. They believed that the family is constantly showing off their fame and fortune, making it easy to target any of them for a robbery.

Since the robbery, Kim has been silent about the incident. While her sisters have discussed her recovery in public appearances and interviews, Kim herself had not spoken out about the ordeal at all. She cancelled all public appearances and stayed off of social media altogether for the last three months.

Kim has decided, officially, to get back to her life in 2017 and has been back on social media, making public appearances again and even going back to work. But, Khloé won't let anyone blame her sister for what happened to her. While speaking to the Today Show, the 32-year-old stood up for her sister against all of those who believe social media influenced the robbery situation.

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The reporter asks Khloé,

"What did the whole ordeal do to your family, you know, especially before the holidays?"

Khloé responded,

"It's traumatizing and terrifying, but, genuinely that's when you get down on your knees and you pray and you thank the Lord that nothing worse happened."

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The reporter than asked the burning question,

"Was it a wake up call for you all for living so publicly that there are the consequences as well of being so social and so out there."

Khloé made sure to answer this question head on and said,

"No I don’t believe that because people show their life anywhere that anyone deserves, or there’s consequences of, getting robbed."

Yes, Khloé – you tell them!

And, Khloé seems to be putting family first before anything this time around, as a new clip for the March season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians shows.

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