Kim Kardashian Hotel Room Video NOT Proof Of ‘Hoax,’ Despite Report
New video footage that shows Kim Kardashian in her Paris hotel room following her horrifying ordeal does NOT prove the robbery was a “hoax,” despite a new tabloid claim. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct the report. We’re told it’s “not true.”
According to the National Enquirer, Kardashian’s terrifying “jewel heist nightmare” during Paris Fashion Week was a “big, fat fake,” staged to “bail out bankrupt Kanye West.” The publication insists security experts who reviewed the supposedly “damning” video footage of the reality star inside her hotel could potentially expose a “Kardashian cover-up.”
The magazine, which questions whether it was all a “hoax,” believes footage of Kardashian sitting “cozily” on a couch and video-chatting with a friend shortly after the robbery seemingly is evidence the holdup may have been made up. A so-called “source” tells the tabloid the video is disconcerting because people who are “not experienced with such conflict” usually become “unstable” and “ill at ease,” which goes against how Kardashian appears to be reacting.
The outlet continues with its baseless allegations by noting photos in the hotel room were “undisturbed,” and the robbers didn’t steal the “large and expensive flatscreen television.” While trying to cast doubt about the circumstances, the tabloid’s supposed “source” claims the robbery could have been an “insurance scam gone wrong,” since the crime itself allegedly has “so many loopholes” that it has aroused suspicion among detectives.
Of course, the thieves had no interest in trying to get away on a bike with a large screen TV, nor was there any reason for them to disturb the hotel room’s photos on the wall. Regardless of the magazine’s loopholes, a Kardashian rep assures Gossip Cop the allegations of her robbery being a “hoax” are 100 percent “not true.” In fact, Kardashian filed a lawsuit against MediaTakeOut for falsely claiming she staged the robbery. We’re told other outlets received strong legal letters as well for wrongly suggesting Kardashian was somehow involved, and that it’s an “insurance scam” or “hoax.”
Unfortunately, Gossip Cop is not surprised by the inaccuracy of the Enquirer’s article, since we have repeatedly corrected the tabloid for it untrue tales about Kardashian. Just days ago, we busted the outlet for absurdly reporting Kardashian was opening a nude resort for celebrities. And shortly before that, Gossip Cop shot down the publication’s factually inaccurate story about Kardashian writing a tell-all book about her family. Seemingly, the only scam here is the one the magazine is pulling on its readers.