Kim Kardashian Drops Lawsuit Against Website That Claimed She Faked Paris Robbery
Though still shaken and yet to resume what life was for her prior to the $9 million Paris jewelry heist, Kim Kardashian has chosen to move forward and has dropped the lawsuit against MediaTakeout.com for claiming she faked the whole robbery incident.
According to Us Weekly, the mother of two who has been flying under the radar lately made the call on Monday, 24 October by filing a notice of voluntary dismissal of the lawsuit — without prejudice, following the gossip site’s apology on 14 October.
MediaTakeout.com had issued an unreserved apology via a statement posted on its website stating that after due diligence, it had found out that the KUWTK star was indeed attacked and robbed in her Paris hotel room as opposed to earlier making her out to be a liar wanting to force her insurance company to dole out millions of dollars for no just cause in a previous post. Excerpts from the statement reads:
“After speaking to sources, including some connected to the Kardashians, and getting further details on the sequence of events — we are now confident and without a doubt believe that Kim Kardashian was robbed as was reported to the Paris police. Anyone who is still questioning it, is wrong.”
“We can understand how reports questioning if the robbery in fact took place can be hurtful, and so we apologize. No one deserves to go through such a traumatic experience. Kim is not just [a] celebrity, she is a person, a wife and a mother — who in no way deserved what happened to her. We wish her the best as she emotionally recovers from the traumatic incident.”
Kim Kardashian filed the lawsuit through her attorney, Andrew Brettler on October 11 after her return from Paris with documents stating that she had “returned to the United States only to be again victimized, but this time by an online gossip tabloid that published a series of articles in early October 2016 referring to her [as] a liar and thief.
A blurry video showing 5 people alleged to be the robbers surfaced last week and might help move the investigation along although the Parisian Police is yet to make any arrest following the October 3 incident.
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