Welcome to the new life of Kim Kardashian West. The reality star was once about as ubiquitous as they came, turning up on TV, magazines, websites, retails stores and nightclubs.
Those days are long gone.
"A team of security experts goes through her day-to-day life to assess potential threats and vulnerabilities," the source said, adding that she no longer drives herself around. "She's taking a driver and using all different cars to throw off people tracking her."
To prove just how intense she is on security, the mom of North, 3, and Saint, 11-month-old, attended sister Kendall Jenner's birthday party and didn't enter through the main entrance which was crowded with fans and paparazzi. Rather, she slipped into the restaurant unnoticed via a door off the garage. Pre-robbery Kim would never have done that.
As has been reported, Kim also got rid of her longtime security guard Pascal Duvier in favor of a team of both uniformed and non-uniformed guards. The security team, Us says, "scrutinize her every move as she begins to step back into the spotlight after a month in self-imposed exile."
After being holed up for a month, Kim is anxious to resume her life.
A source said, "Kim spent almost a month completely indoors. For someone to go from a busy life to canceling everything, that's a huge change."
It's just not that easy for her, though. A separate source told the mag that Kim "is been having nightmares and flash-backs" to that horrific evening.
The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star is said to be "paranoid," having trouble sleeping and is "talking to a therapist every day."
"The robbery made her reevaluate what's important in life," the source said. "She will be more careful and more private now."
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