The Parisian hotel concierge who allegedly led robbers to Kim Kardashian’s hotel room, has just published an open letter to the reality star in an effort to help clear of himself of suspicion.
According to TMZ, both Kim and concierge were held together for some time during the robbery. At one point she asked him, “Are we gonna die?” In Kardashian’s statement to the police, she reportedly said he responded very calmly with, “I don’t know.”
That apparently raised a big red flag for Kardashian, who then became suspicious of his calm demeanor during the incident.
Well. The concierge thanks that’s a bunch of “merde de taureau.” Translation: BULLSHIT!
“Dear Kim,” the 40-year-old hotel employee wrote in French celebrity magazine Closer. “When you feel the cold steel of a gun at your neck, it is the moment when remaining calm can mean the difference of life or death, both our lives,” Then he writes: “I hope you are feeling better.”
US Weekly recaps the robbery, and some of the inconsistencies in the concierge’s story:
The Hôtel de Pourtalès staffer told authorities that five men dressed as policemen buzzed the intercom in the early hours of Monday, October 3, demanding to see Kardashian, 35.
The concierge said when he opened the door to the building, they pointed a gun at his head and forced him to unlock the door to Kardashian’s apartment. His effortless ability to reach the reality star is puzzling law enforcement.
“What’s confusing to police is how a low-ranking night staffer had such easy key access to the VIP apartments,” a source told Us, adding that police “remain baffled at the apparent ease with which he was able to guide the robbers straight to the star’s bedroom.”
French police officers stand in front of Kim Kardashian’s luxury apartment in Paris’ 8th arrondissement, where she was robbed at gunpoint by masked men.
The insider also pointed out that it’s “inconceivable” that the concierge would be able to gain access to the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star’s residence without breaking the door down, and yet, there was no sign of forced entry.