Kim Kardashian spent years being annoying and nauseatingly materialistic and just generally not very likable ... remember that?
She cried after losing a diamond earring in the ocean even after her sister pointed out to her that "there's people dying," and she tried to physically fight some siblings for disrespecting her first Bentley.
She was a mess for a long, long time.
But then, last October, she was robbed at gunpoint in Paris, and now everything has changed.
Kim has been so much more private now, and we're actually able to feel pity for her, which is new. She's more modest, less ostentatious.
She told Ellen that she's a better person now, and it seems like that's true. But at what cost?
In this sneak peek for Sunday night's new episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kim talks to Kourtney about some new developments in the robbery case -- this was after several suspects were arrested.
"To find out that there were so many people involved," she says, "hearing detail after detail, it just opened up a whole different perspective for me of feeling safe."
Which makes sense: there's a little bit of a difference between a few people robbing you and a team of at least 17 people conspiring against you.
Kourtney asked her if she felt relieved about the arrests, but Kim says that it actually "opened up my eyes to a whole different world that I can't erase."
"I can't go backwards. Like life is always going to be different."
In a sad little speech to the camera, Kim explains that "Knowing that it's a possibility that people close to me were involved makes me feel I can't trust anyone, and that really sucks."
"I can still live my life," she says, "but just on edge."
Watch her sad new robbery revelations in the video below: