Kim Kardashian robbery investigation leads to arrest of 15 suspects

BY JEREMY MORROW | PUBLISHED: 01-10-2017

According to French law, the suspects can be held in police custody for up to 96 hours before being charged in court.

In a 6 am Monday morning raid conducted simultaneously by officers from the Brigade for the Repression of Banditry(BRB), from Paris Police Station, which was charged with Investigating the robbery incident, 15 suspects are now in custody.

In the October 3rd episode where Kim was tied up, gagged and robbed at gunpoint of money and jewelry in a Paris hotel. Investigators have now made considerable progress in the investigations, with the arrest of the suspects. According to French law, the suspects can be held in police custody for up to 96 hours before being charged in court.
Fighting back the tears, Kim recounted the terrifying ordeal to the family's E! reality show in scenes from the upcoming season 13.

"'They're going to shoot me in the back. There's no way out,'" she recalls of her frantic thoughts at the time. "It makes me so upset to think about it."

After the incident, Kanye West made changes to his security team by firing his leading and long-time bodyguards Pascal Duvier who was taking care of Kim's sister's Kourtney and Kendall Jenner, who were on a night out when the incident took place.

According to a source close to the family, the family was not taking chances on their security again, and Paul together with his security team had to be let go.

"It's a pretty tough situation overall, and they love Pascal, but they couldn't take any more chances." Said the source

 

 

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Mae Owen - Sep 06, 2017
According to French law, the suspects can be held in police custody for up to 96 hours before being charged in court.
Harry Marcolis - Aug 24, 2017
According to French law, the suspects can be held in police custody for up to 96 hours before being charged in court.
Kyle Bates - Aug 22, 2017
According to French law, the suspects can be held in police custody for up to 96 hours before being charged in court.
Jeremy Morrow - Aug 17, 2017
According to French law, the suspects can be held in police custody for up to 96 hours before being charged in court.
Rick Docksai - Aug 03, 2017
According to French law, the suspects can be held in police custody for up to 96 hours before being charged in court.
Mae Owen - Jul 25, 2017
According to French law, the suspects can be held in police custody for up to 96 hours before being charged in court.
Wilson Soto - Jul 20, 2017
According to French law, the suspects can be held in police custody for up to 96 hours before being charged in court.