US Supreme Court Justice Thinks Kim K’s Jewelry Heist Is a Fraud
Kim Kardashian’s Paris jewelry heist is beginning to raise a lot of eyebrows. Yesterday, a US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer brought up the robbery during a hearing.
According to TMZ, Breyer was hearing a case about a California man who drained someone’s bank account but insisted it wasn’t a fraud because the bank’s money is insured.
Kim Kardashian’s armed robbery might be a total fabrication according to a U.S. Supreme Court Justice … who actually brought up the incident during oral arguments.
The SUPCO was hearing a case on Tuesday where a guy from Cali is arguing it wasn’t bank fraud when he drained someone’s bank account … because the bank’s money is insured.
Justice Stephen Breyer jumped on the opportunity to show off his pop culture prowess, saying … “Even Kardashian’s thief, if there is one, believes that all that jewelry is insured. So, it’s not theft?”
Breyer extended his metaphor, saying even if the Kardashian krooks posed as jewelry cleaners … “Wouldn’t you think that was fraud?” He went on to make a crack about her jewelry possibly being on loan, and not hers at all … metaphorically speaking.
The good news for Kim — one of the 8 most powerful people, arguably, in America knows about your ordeal. Unfortunately, he doesn’t seem to buy it.
“Even Kardashian’s thief, if there is one, believes that all that jewelry is insured. So, it’s not theft?” The justice replied, and even went on to make a joke about the reality TV star’s stolen jewelry being on loan, and not hers at all.
And the Supreme Court Justice isn’t alone.
Yesterday, the Paris police announced that it couldn’t find any footage to support the heist, and NY Daily News says the heist claim is “too good to be true.”
“This doesn’t feel like a heist. It feels like a plot twist for a season premiere. Why did West stop his concert mid-rap, citing a “family emergency,” yet not rush to Paris to be with his distraught wife?” The report continues, alleging that the ‘heist’ will possibly feature in a new episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Kim Kardashian’s former bodyguard who was relieved of his duty in May this year after Kanye West reportedly accused him of flirting with his wife, has also weighed in on the robbery.
When asked by an Australian radio breakfast show on Wednesday if he could have done anything to prevent the attack were he still under the reality TV star’s employment, Steve Stanulis said, “I don’t know if I could have taken down five assailants with guns, [or] it could be karma coming around,” and then chuckled.
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