The concierge who unlocked the door to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's Paris apartment on October 3rd has broken his silence.
In an open letter, obtained by French magazine, Closer the concierge wrote this:
when you feel the cold steel of a gun at your neck, it is the moment when remaining calm can mean the difference of life or death, both our lives
I hope you are feeling better
The concierge answered Kardashian with a calm "I don't know" when she asked him if they were going to die or not.
He believed that his calm demeanor and doing what the robbers said prevented them both from being killed.
Now back in Los Angeles, Kardashian is having a hard time coping.
"She is very upset and can’t stop thinking about what could have happened," a source told Entertainment Tonight.
"The scariest part for her throughout this experience is the fact that it could have been a lot worse, and she couldn't imagine what that would have been like for her children.
"She is very upset and can’t stop thinking about what could have happened. "She still gets emotional thinking about the incident."
Kardashian is likely suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and the source explained how she plays that night over and over in her head.
"All she kept saying over and over is, 'I have kids. Take anything you want. Please don't kill me. Please don't kill me.'
"I don't think the flashbacks will go away anytime soon though. It's going to take a while for those to stop, as with any traumatic experience like that."
The ordeal has the entire family upset, not least of all Kanye West.
"Kanye is freaking out -- this really threw him for a loop.
"There will be a lot of things that change now in terms of security, especially with the children."
One person who is not to blame, according to Kardashian?
Her bodyguard, Pasical Duvier, who was off-duty and at a club with her sister and mom when Kardashian was robbed.
"Kim does not hold Pascal responsible for one second," the source added
"He was done working for her when this happened.
"Also, Pascal is not an armed bodyguard."