Kim Kardashian Stolen Jewelry NOT Funding Terrorism, Despite Late And Wrong Report
Kim Kardashian’s stolen jewelry is NOT funding terrorism, despite yet another inaccurate report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this claim. We’re told it’s “not true.”
“Kim’s Bling Funding Terrorists!” blares an alarming headline in this week’s National Enquirer, which goes on to claim Kardashian’s stolen possessions from the Paris robbery are being “converted to black market cash for evil perpetrators.” A so-called “source” tells the tabloid, “Violent groups are funded by black-market gems,” and there’s “reason to believe the jewelry stolen from Kim Kardashian is going directly into the coffers of terror groups.” “Who knows what horror’s Kim’s bling will end up funding,” concludes the dubious tipster.
Gossip Cop, however, already debunked this seemingly made-up article when RadarOnline published the same incorrect claim only days ago. The notoriously unreliable outlet falsely alleged Kardashian’s stolen jewelry was funding terrorism, but an impeccable source close to the reality star exclusively assured us the report was “nuts” and simply “not true.”
Unsurprisingly, this is not the first time Gossip Cop has busted the supermarket tabloid for its far-fetched and absurd stories about the star. Throughout January, we busted the magazine for falsely alleging Kardashian and Kanye West hired a sex coach to save their relationship. And shortly before that tall-tale, we called out the tabloid for wrongly claiming Kardashian’s butt got stuck in West’s designer toilet seat. Neither of those stories were true, and the same goes for this latest one.