Kim Kardashian is attacked by cruel trolls on social media following horrific gunpoint attack in Parishe
Kim Kardashian has been attacked by cruel trolls on social media after being held at gunpoint in her Parisian hotel.
The 35-year-old mother of two was left 'badly shaken' but 'physically unharmed' after having millions of dollars worth of jewellery stolen from her.
But while many people expressed their sympathy over the horrific incident, others claimed she deserved what happened as they mocked the reality star on Twitter.
Among the barrage of cruel words included various users hurling abuse. @Alcoholishalal wrote: 'Should've shot her lmao #KimKardashian #KimK.'
While @Steve_Allen92 added: 'Kim Kardashian robbed at gunpoint in Paris... Finally some good news on a Monday.'
@paora420nz slammed her, writing: 'Bet the same people that robbed #KimKardashian robbed Ryan lochte.'
Tweets continued with: '@matt2_turnbull As bad as this is , struggling to find too much sympathy for her.'
While @stevede28 added: 'Who cares! An RAF serviceman is missing! That's news! This sour faced fat a***d cow isn't.'
@AlexMorley1 wrote: ' should have gone the whole hog and finished her off as well. Can't wait for Kanye too make this about him.'
@Not_ME_y_twat said: 'Who f **** ing cares about #KimKardashian what the f*** is she I'm more concerned I've just had to put my heating on in October #coldupnorth.'
While some were incredibly vile about what happened to Kim, a mother of two, others took the time to share more positive words about the superstar.
@DebbieJunePD wrote: 'Gunpoint In Paris Kim Kardashian's not my favorite person but what happened to her NO excuse for hope they're caught and she recovers fully.'
@holyfIacko added: 'Kim Kardashian is a mother and wife. Two young kids could have lost their mother today and there are people making fun of that? Disgusting.'
@sjsmagic added: 'Sending my love, hugs and wishes to @KimKardashian.'
While @rv_2000 wrote: '@KimKardashian what a shock, the news about your robbery. Hope you are feeling well!'
The posts come after Kim received support on social media from a host of celebrities. James Corden, 38, was one of the first people to speak up and show his support.
'People making jokes about @KimKardashian tonight would do well to remember that she's a mother, a daughter, a wife, a friend. Be nice or shut up,' tweeted the English chat show host.
Kim's friend Chrissy Teigen, 30, also took to Twitter in the wake of the robbery.
The model commented on the nature of fame in a series of tweets.
'No one is begging you for sympathy. I know the game plan is to naturally hate celebrities,' she tweeted after a Twitter user asked her if people should feel sorry for affluent Kim.
'Please do not think that I think celebrities are special snowflakes. I just miss empathy, in general, for everyone,' she later added.
British singer and actress Cynthia Erivo, 29, also tweeted about it.
'Glad @KimKardashian is ok! No human being deserves the treatment she's had this week,' tweeted the Broadway star.
She was referencing prankster Vitalii Sediuk who slipped past security on Wednesday and tried to tackle Kim while apparently trying to kiss her famous behind.
Piers Morgan, 51, also tweeted his sympathy following the robbery.
'Feel very sorry for @Kim Kardashian. Must have been a terrifying experience. #Paris #robbery,' Piers tweeted.
The Hills veteran Spencer Pratt, 33, also took to Twitter.
'I will always remember where I was drinking when Kim was robbed,' he tweeted before adding in another tweet 'obviously there is nothing funny about this'.
The reality star had '$11 million' worth of jewellery stolen by at least two armed masked men dressed as police officers. The men stole a jewellery box worth €6 million and a ring worth €4 million, reports claim.7
At around 2.30am, the robbers are believed to have entered the building and handcuffed the night guard. They then entered Kim's room, threatened her with a weapon, 'tied her up and locked her in the bathroom'.
The mother-of-two, who is in the city for Paris Fashion Week, is 'badly shaken but physically unharmed', a spokeswoman said.
Husband Kanye West was told of the raid halfway through a headline performance at the Meadow Music and Art Festival, New York, and immediately cancelled the set.
Their daughter, North, three, and 10-month-old son Saint, are not believed to have been in the room at the time.
Members of "Vella de Xiquets de Valls" fall as they try to complete their human tower during the 26th Human Tower Competition in Tarragona, Spain, on Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016. The tradition of building human towers, or Castells, dates back to the 18th century and takes place during festivals in Catalonia, where "colles", or teams, compete to build the tallest and most complicated towers. The structure of the castells varies depending on their complexity. A castell is considered completely successful when it is loaded and unloaded without falling apart. The highest castell in history was a 10 floor structure with 3 people in each floor. In 2010 castells were declared by UNESCO one of the Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. Photograph: AP