A very reliable source would like to end all that silly chatter once and for all.
The talk about whether or not Kim Kardashian was actually robbed at gunpoint in Paris? The tabloid reports that have alleged Kim invented the entire story?
Forget them, please.
Take a look below at what Paris police chief Christian Sainte has to say about the scary situation.
“At this time, there is no doubt about the reality of the crime,” the chief told Vanity Fair in his first interview since the early morning of October 3.
That was the date on which Kim Kardashian's life changed.
She was in bed in her apartment in France when an unspecified number of thieves broke in and pulled her into the bathroom.
They tied her hands behind her back and made her beg for her life.
Reportedly aware that Kim had a $4.5 million ring in her possession (as a gift from Kanye West), they demanded to know its location inside the apartment and ended up fleeing the scene with over $11 million worth of jewelry overall.
New footage has actually emerged of these men making their escape:
Sainte, meanwhile, provided some funny new information about his reaction to the robbery in his chat with Vanity Fair
Upon being told the identity of the victim, Sainte said he turned to his number-two in charge and asked him a question that no one in America would ever have to ask:
Who is Kim Kardashian?
The police chief said he then rose from his bed and went to his computer, where he entered the name “Kim Kardashian” on Google.
We can only imagine what sort of results he saw before him. It's hard not to laugh over the idea of the Paris Police Chief staring a photos of Kim Kardashian nude.
"I quickly understood who she is,” Sainte says. "And now I know almost everything about her."
He smiled and added:
“The personality of the victim, Kim Kardashian, is not like anyone else. She has a lot of likes on Facebook!"
It's true. She sure does.
According to veteran Paris police writer Frédéric Ploquin, meanwhile, there’s been a wave of home burglaries similar to what Kardashian experienced.
For this reason, authorities are looking at it very important to solve Kardashian's break-in.
They want to send a message to others who have committed this same crime or who are plotting copycat crimes.
The concierge who was also attacked and tied-up, meanwhile, spoke to The Daily Mail this month about the incident and confimed its heinous, frightening nature.
“He attacked her, holding his gun in her face,” the concierge told the newspaper of one of the criminals, adding of Kim:
“She was crying, she was screaming, saying, ‘Don’t kill me, I have babies, don’t kill me, please, I have babies! I’m a mom! Take whatever you want!’ She seemed terrified. She was wearing a white bathrobe and her hair was tied up . . .”
A letter from attorney Martin Singer to The Huffington Post, obtained by TMZ, also said that both Kardashian and the concierge “believed they might be killed at any moment.”
We can't imagine having been in that situation.
At this time no arrests have been made and Kardashian has not spoken publicly since the robbery.
She is spending as much time as she can with her family. And who can blame her for that?