Police Reportedly Seized Security Footage That Caught Kim Kardashian's Robbers On Camera

We hope the people responsible are brought to justice. James Corden was one of the first to reach out to the reality star via Twitter, reminding people that, "People making jokes about Kim Kardashian tonight would do well to remember that she's a mother, a daughter, a wife, a friend". While this explanation makes sense and comes from an expert source, that doesn't mean it's not disappointing that her own social media habits are being faulted for something done by robbers, who clearly deserve all of the responsibility for their horrifying actions.

A security camera might have caught Kim Kardashian's robbers' reflections in a mirror, reports say.

Fans were quick to jump into the comments and call Caitlyn out for posting the picture so soon after the incident with Kim. That's a really odd reaction'.

The timeline of events begins when Kardashian West arrived at her apartment at the No Address Hotel (a ritzy private apartment building in which celebrities, such as Leonardo DiCaprio and Madonna, have stayed in the past to avoid paparazzi) just after midnight.

Caitlyn and Kylie are now on vacation in Turks and were attacked by some fans for "offensive" Instagram posts after Kim's attack.

She posted it with the caption "Love my girl!"

She added, "After hearing the full story, I'm so thankful she's okay. It's a reminder for us all to be careful in the uncertainty of this world".

He has also enlisted an online security team that previously advised the White House in order to combat accidental leaks while using social media.

Shortly after the incident, Kanye West ended his concert at Meadows Festival in Queens, New York on Sunday due to a "family emergency".

He said he wouldn't, but we think differently.

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