In the wake of Kim Kardashian West's robbery in Paris, "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" is now on hiatus for the unforeseeable future.
A spokesperson for E!, which airs the show, told Us Weekly, "Kim's well-being is our core focus right now. No decision has been made as to when production will resume," but the rep confirmed that the show is "on hold indefinitely."
The whole family is certainly shaken from the incident and is reevaluating how they go about their business. On Thursday, Kim emerged from her New York apartment for the first time since she returned to the United States and it's suspected that she was heading back to her home in Los Angeles. She was flanked by more security than normal, as well as her husband, Kanye West.
"They had several security guards with them and only had two SUVs to take them to the airport," an insider told Us Weekly.
That was a far cry from her arrival in New York a few days ago, when she fled Paris to be with her husband. At that time, Kim had presidential-esque security, complete with a motorcade and more than 10 bodyguards.
A report in the New York Post said her new security team is recommending she employ a body double "to help confuse would-be assailants."
"This incident is making her question everything. How she dresses, what she does," a source told People magazine on Wednesday, adding that she will likely cancel most, if not all, of her upcoming appearances. Kanye also cleared off his schedule, rescheduling concerts in Detroit and Philadelphia that were this week.
"She feels safer in L.A. and wants to be home with her family," an insider told Us.
Kardashian fled to New York on Monday morning after five thieves reportedly invaded her Paris bedroom at gunpoint, gagged and bound her in the bathroom and made off with more than $10 million worth of jewelry. Paris police were examining video that supposedly showed the thieves, but on Thursday, multiple reports indicated that the video didn't show clear enough video.
Kim has yet to address the robbery. Although her family is slowly returning to social media, they too, have not addressed the incident or Kim's well-being.
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