Khloe Kardashian calls sis­ter Kim’s rob­bery ‘a wake up call’

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

Khloe Kardashian is call­ing her sis­ter’s rob­bery in Paris “a wake up call for every­body” but is push­ing back against crit­i­cism that Kim Kardashian West had been too pub­lic in dis­play­ing her wealth. “Pulling back on so­cial me­dia I think is a per­sonal choice . ... No mat­ter what you post or don’t post . ... That shouldn’t give some­one a rea­son to feel like they could do any­thing like that to you,” she said in an in­ter­view Tues­day. “But we def­i­nitely are just be­ing more aware and I think just making changes to our lives.”

Armed rob­bers forced their way into West’s ho­tel room, tied her up and locked her in a bath­room be­fore making off with more than $10 mil­lion worth of jew­elry. Khloe Kardashian, 32, said the Oct. 3 rob­bery was “an in­cred­i­bly trau­matic ex­pe­ri­ence for Kim and she’s def­i­nitely tak­ing some well needed and much de­served time off.” She said she isn’t sure when Kardashian West, 35, would make an­other pub­lic ap­pear­ance, but she bat­ted down ru­mors that her sis­ter would be leav­ing the fam­ily’s re­al­ity se­ries “Keep­ing Up With the Kar­dashi­ans.”

Kardashian made the com­ments while pro­mot­ing her new fall denim line Good Amer­i­can with co-de­signer Emma Grede. She said she agreed to part­ner up with Grede to de­sign the brand for the curvy woman. The jeans range in size from zero to 24. “I was al­ways body shamed, and that was some­thing that was su­per im­por­tant to me to really teach girls to love them­selves and love their bod­ies,” said Kardashian, who has pub­licly chron­i­cled her is­sues with weight. “I was al­ways kind of told I couldn’t wear cer­tain jeans be­cause I was too fat to be trendy, which was al­ways really hard on me.” — AP

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