Kim Kardashian is not "blaming security" for the attempted burglary outside the home she shares with Kanye West, contrary to a report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this story. We're told it's "absolutely false."
As Gossip Cop reported, security at Kardashian and West's residence scared off a would-be thief on Friday as the culprit tried to burglarize cars. In a brazen attempt to exploit the situation, RadarOnline is purporting to know how the reality star feels in the aftermath of the failed crime. The headline blares, "'Shaken Up!' Kim Kardashian 'Blaming Security' After Scary Bel-Air Robbery."
After falsely asserting Kardashian and West were "robbed... at their Bel-Air home," a so-called "family insider" is quoted as saying, "Kim is blaming her security team and she is really shaken up right now! She doesn't even understand how her security could have even let someone get close to their house and she honestly does not really want to even return to that house again."
"After Paris and the DASH stores getting robbed, Kim just doesn't ever feel safe anywhere anymore and this is surely causing her to panic even more," speculates the site's alleged source. But while it's true Kardashian had a traumatic experience in France, the webloid is mischaracterizing the current situation. She and West were not "robbed" at their home. In fact, the suspect didn't even get onto the property.
Rather, we're told, the incident took place in front of their driveway, where cars were parked. There was no security breach at the home itself and no failure on the part of the couples' guards. Kardashian has no reason to "blame" them for something that happened in front of the residence. In actuality, she's grateful that they recognized a disturbance and quickly took action before the situation could escalate. A rep for Kardashian exclusively tells Gossip Cop that the outlet's take on what went down and how Kardashian is feeling is "absolutely false."
That's hardly surprising. In the wake of the Paris robbery, Gossip Cop caught RadarOnline spreading a lot of misinformation, including fake news about a video supposedly showing Kardashian's friend being attacked. In truth, the footage in question had nothing to do with the crime. This was after previously claiming the robbery was a hoax. Frankly, we're surprised the shameful publication hasn't pulled out that lie with this new incident.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.