- A man who was part of a group who allegedly robbed Kim Kardashian in 2016 is set to release a tell-all book this month
- Kim Kardashian was held at gunpoint and robbed of $10 million (R150 million) worth of jewellery
- Yunis Abbas' book titled I Sequestered Kim Kardashian retells some of the events from the night of the robbery
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One of the five men who allegedly robbed Kim Kardashian in Paris back in 2016 is reportedly set to release a book in France on 4 February.
Yunis Abbas' book, titled I Sequestered Kim Kardashian, retells some stories from the robbery night. Abbas is currently awaiting trial following his arrest for the crime.
Kim and her secretary were in the Hotel de Pourtalès complex when Abbas and his accomplices allegedly broke into their suite and held Kim at gunpoint. Daily Mail reports that Abbas and his crew allegedly robbed her of $10 million worth of jewellery.
Complex reports that in the book, Abbas discusses the group accidentally taking the superstar's phone after the robbery. He said she received a call from Tracy Chapman as they were fleeing from the scene on bikes.
Social media users have reacted to the news that Abbas is expected to drop the tell-all book about Kim Kardashian's robbery soon. Check out some of their comments below:
"Say what!! 'Abbas also wrote about the group accidentally taking Kim's phone after the robbery and seeing that she was getting a call from Tracy Chapman as they were making their escape from the scene on bikes'. Maybe Tracy was offering Abbas a 'fast car.' Corny but cute."
"Did he detail which bank account she wired the fake ransom money to..."
"Putting this info out before your trial is kinda dumb, but I guess even if he's put away his kids have generational wealth."
"How are crooks releasing books? What kind of country...."
"This sounds about right for 2021."
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