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Kim Kardashian experienced ‘agoraphobia’ during quarantine

Kim Kardashian experienced agoraphobia during quarantine stemming from her terrifying 2016 Paris theft.

The fact star stated her trauma resurfaced during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We had simply gone to Paris. We had simply began touring, after which quarantine occurred. Now I’m, like, such a freak another time and by no means wish to, like, depart [home],” she stated in a newly launched bonus clip from “Retaining Up With the Kardashians.”

The Skims founder recalled feeling that manner within the quick aftermath of her theft.

“I really feel like I had agoraphobia, undoubtedly, after my theft in Paris,” she informed sister Khloé Kardashian within the clip. “Like, undoubtedly would keep in, hated to exit, I didn’t need anybody to know the place I used to be or be seen. I simply had such anxiousness.”

Her “excessive anxiousness” additionally returned during the pandemic, when she and now-estranged husband Kanye West went out in public for the primary time.

“I used to be so freaked out. Folks have been attempting to return as much as Kanye and, like, speak to him and, like, come as much as me and ask for pictures,” she stated of leaving her multimillion-dollar compound to go to dinner at Nobu Malibu.

“I used to be simply, like, completely not. I might cease individuals, like, ‘Get away. That is my first day trip, I’m not snug with you coming a step nearer.’ … I don’t get even remotely, until [fans] have a selfie stick and wish to do it six ft away. That was, like, excessive anxiousness on one other stage.”

In October 2016, the KKW Magnificence mogul was tied up and put within the bathtub of her lodge room by 5 armed robbers who had posed as cops to achieve entry. They left with $10 million price of knickknack, together with a $5 million engagement ring from West.

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian opened up on “KUWTK” about how her Paris theft affected her quarantine expertise.
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She fired her safety guard, Pascal Duvier, instantly after and sued the safety firm for negligence. She secretly settled the $6.1 million lawsuit in October 2020.

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