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We now know a lot more about what Kim Kardashian went through at the hands of armed assailants in Paris this month.

According to a new interview with the concierge who was also held at gunpoint by these masked men, Kardashian really did scream and beg for her life.

"[Kim was attacked by the intruder], holding his gun in her face," the concierge told The Daily Mirror yesterday. “She was crying, she was screaming, saying ‘Don’t kill me, I have babies … I’m a mom!’"

It sounds like a truly horrible experience.

Kris Jenner Smirks

So. That’s what Kim was going through at the time of the crime.

What is she going through now? A couple weeks after this horror took place?

E! News’ Catt Sadler caught up with Kris Jenner on Tuesday evening at Khloe Kardashian’s Good American Presentation Fashion Show.

And the famous matriarch removed her managerial hat long enough to play mother, providing fans with an update on Kim’s condition.

"It’s a process," Jenner said of Kim’s recovery. "One day at a time. It’s a process."

Jenner added that she’s "doing what a mother does" by having loved ones gather around Kim at all times, making sure she feels safe and secure.

She also noted Kim’s main focus is her family at the moment; she has been spending as much time as possible with her kids.

Jenner initially broke her silence on the awful matter when she posted a quote on social media that read as follows:

"Every morning is a reminder of how blessed we are.

Today I am grateful for my family, who I love more than words can explain. Count your blessings, be grateful always, and cherish every moment you spend with your loved ones."

But this is really the first time she has addressed Kim’s situation directly.

Kardashian herself is yet to utter a word, for understandable reasons.

However, a handwritten note on the star’s website was posted this week.

It opened with "hey guys" and went on to say:

"So you may have noticed we haven’t updated the [Kim Kardashian] app in a few weeks. Keeks is taking some much-needed time off."

"But not to worry…we’ve called upon Kim’s closest friends, fam, and yours truly, to serve up some exclusives. Stay tuned for new posts and app takeovers!

"Thank you so much for your support for my girl."

The message was written by Kim’s assistant, Stephanie Shepherd.

It’s unclear just when we’ll see or hear from Kim again.

According to every report since the robbery went down, she has been truly traumatized by the experience.

Even when she does return to the spotlight, Kim will likely post less often on social media. She will reveal her location less often. She will talk about and show off her jewelry less often.

Is Kardashian to blame for what happened to her? Because she did flaunt her wealth on many occasions?

Of course not.

But it can’t hurt to be as safe as possible, especially when two little kids are in the picture.

We aren’t huge fans of Kim Kardashian, but we do wish her the best under these circumstances.