Kardashian’s best friend, Jonathan Cheban, checked in on the star on Tuesday and told media outside her house that she was “not so good.”
Many celebrities offered their support to Kardashian after news of the robbery broke. James Corden was one of the first to reach out to the reality star via Twitter, reminding people that, “People making jokes about Kim Kardashian tonight would do well to remember that she’s a mother, a daughter, a wife, a friend. Be nice or shut up.”
Kardashian has yet to release a statement about the terrifying ordeal, which occurred early Monday morning in Paris. According to a rep for the star, two “armed, masked men” posing as policemen broke into her apartment. Sources told TMZ that the mother-of-two thought she was going to be raped and killed as the men bound and gagged her, before leaving her in a bathtub.
The outlet reported that a friend of Kardashian’s, Simone Harouche, was also in the apartment at the time and managed to lock herself in a room to call Pascal Duvier, Kardashian’s bodyguard, and her sister Kourtney Kardashian.
After the incident, Kardashian gave a statement to police in Paris before flying to New York City, where she was joined by her mom, Kris Jenner, and husband, Kanye West.