Kim Kardashian feared for her safety while staying in Mexico

Kim Kardashian feared for her safety while staying in Mexico



Kim Kardashian broke down in tears with anxiety in the wake of the Paris robbery.


The reality TV star is seen on a clip of an upcoming episode of “Keeping up with the Kardashians” where she is on the phone with her friend Joe Francis while staying at his beachfront estate in Mexico.


“I just have anxiety. Are you sure it’s safe here?” Kardashian says visibly shaken and in tears.


Kardashian was visiting Punta Mita for a family vacation back in April — nearly seven months after she was tied up and robbed at gunpoint in her Paris hotel room.

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Kim Kardashian cries on the phone with friend Joe Francis over concerns of safety while on vacation at his home in Mexico.

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Francis assures her on the phone call that the property is safe, noting he brings his kids there.


In a confessional, Kardashian, 36, said ever since Paris she is always thinking of the worst case scenario.


“I was so excited to come on this trip and I had no idea I would end up feeling this way,” she says. “It hit me right as we were getting off the plane that all of these people at the airport are going to see 17 or 18 girls with all of our Chanel bags and Louis Vuitton this and it just like hit me: we’re the biggest target ever.”

The grainy photos were a new side of Kim that her fans and followers hadn't seen. Since the robbery, she has said that she is "such a different person" and admitted to "being flashy. Like I was definitely materialistic before."

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The “Selfish” author was referring to the family’s flaunting of wealth, which she toned down after her multi-million dollar Lorraine Schwartz engagement ring was taken in the Paris heist.

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The upcoming episode will air on E! on Sunday, Oct. 8.

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